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dine
American English: /daɪn/
British English: /dʌɪn/

Translation of dine in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • [formal] to dine on o off something
    cenar algo
    they dined on venison last night
    anoche cenaron venado
    Example sentences
    • The effect of water is best if found in the north of the living, dining or study area but not in the bedroom.
    • The living, dining and kitchen areas were more discrete, making observation less easy.
    • There is plenty of space to dine in the breakfast area, from where there is access to a tiled conservatory.

Phrasal verbs

dine out

verb + adverb
cenar (a)fuera
to dine out on somethingyou'll be dining out on that for years
te va a dar tema de conversación para quién sabe cuántas ocasiones

Definition of dine in:

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