Meaning of dinner party in English:

dinner party

Translate dinner party into Spanish

noun

  • A social occasion at which guests eat dinner together.

    ‘What if I was having a dinner party with eight guests and decided that for dessert we would all enjoy a nice fruit yoghurt?’
    • ‘A word of warning: a dinner party is not the occasion to try creating something for the first time.’
    • ‘Sick of scrimping and saving, they threw a dinner party and invited four guests.’
    • ‘Richard and Judy are like hosts at a dinner party whose guests discuss them endlessly on the way home.’
    • ‘They arrive like guests to a dinner party and are sat on the sofa.’
    • ‘Mother will not be able to seat the two of you together at a dinner party for at least three weeks.’
    • ‘I'll reveal how to source the best ingredients and how to create a meal for an unforgettable dinner party.’
    • ‘Sometimes I'm given a bottle of wine by a guest I invite to a dinner party.’
    • ‘Each week she invites a celebrity guest to conjure up their fantasy dinner party.’
    • ‘All of us, with the exception of Ivan were ushered upstairs and the dinner party continued.’
    • ‘The Yorks, who had not wanted to attend the dinner party, arrived after all of the other guests.’
    • ‘If you were to host a dinner party and could invite three people, living or dead, who would they be?’
    • ‘If a doctor attends a dinner party, I say, he or she usually gets asked to look at the other guests' suspicious lumps.’
    • ‘When going to a dinner party it's pretty normal to notify of dietary needs - and a good host should ask, anyway.’
    • ‘One in five Scots also confessed to being worried about what others might think about their choice of wine for a dinner party.’
    • ‘There will always be time to go to work, clean the house, give a dinner party and fix the waste disposal unit.’
    • ‘They are deceptively easy to make, and they are the perfect little thing to bring along to a dinner party.’
    • ‘In fact, it would be possible to host a dinner party made up entirely of food and drink supplied by Hampshire producers.’
    • ‘I have also adapted this recipe without the chicken for a dinner party.’
    • ‘He once punched a man at a dinner party for making a racist remark.’
    evening meal, supper, main meal, repast

Pronunciation

dinner party