Translation of diner in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈdaɪnər; ˈdaɪnə(r)/


  • 1 (person) comensal (mf)
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    • Brave restaurant workers and a diner disarmed a customer who pulled out a gun in a dispute over an unpaid bill.
    • He is a frequent diner at Italian restaurants in Portman, Grand Hyatt and St Regis.
    • Amid the chatter of diners in Lakeland's restaurants and hotels, observant customers may have noticed the prevalence of Eastern European accents ringing out among the staff.
  • 2 2.1 (restaurant) (AmE) cafetería (f) 2.2dining car
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    • They walked around for about an hour before settling into a booth at the diner for coffee and chat.
    • And all-you-can-eat buffets are as common as roadside diners once were.
    • There's nothing better than eating at small, greasy roadside diners and sleeping in fleabag motels to let you know you are still alive.

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