Definition of dining hall in English:

dining hall

Syllabification: din·ing hall


A large room, typically in a school or other institution, in which people eat meals together.
More example sentences
  • We are doing that mainly by improving school meals and by making dining halls more attractive.
  • A hundred portraits line the corridors of academe, while offices, lecture rooms and even dining halls boast original art.
  • Enter the restaurant and I'm in a giant room resembling the dining halls found in universities.

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