简明英汉词典

dinner
[5dinE]
n.
正餐, 宴会

美国传统词典[双解]

dinner
din.ner
AHD:[d1n“…r]
D.J.[6din*]
K.K.[6d!n+]
n.(名词)

(1)

The chief meal of the day, eaten in the evening or at midday.
正餐:在中午吃或晚上吃的一天正餐

(2)

A banquet or formal meal in honor of a person or an event.
宴会:为了某人或某事而举行的一次正式宴会或大宴会

(3)

The food prepared for either of these meals.
正餐食品,宴会食品:为正餐或宴会准备的食品

(4)

A full-course meal served at a fixed price; table d'h?te.
份饭,客饭:固定价格供应的正餐式的份饭;客饭
n.attributive.(定语名词)
Often used to modify another noun:
通常用于修饰另一个名词:
dinner dishes; dinner music; dinner attire.
正餐盘子;正餐音乐;正餐服装

语源

(1)

Middle English diner [morning meal]
中古英语 diner [早餐]

(2)

from Old French disner, diner [to dine, morning meal] * see dine
源自 古法语 disner, diner [用餐,早餐] *参见 dine

注释
Eating foods such as pizza and ice cream for breakfast may be justified by the fact that in Middle English dinner meant “breakfast,” as did the Old French word disner, or diner, which was the source of our word. The Old French word came from the Vulgar Latin word .disi?3re,} meaning “to break one's fast; that is, to eat one's first meal,” a notion also contained in our word breakfast. The Vulgar Latin word was derived from an earlier word, .disi??n3re,} the Latin elements of which are dis-, denoting reversal, and i??nium,} “fast.” Middle English diner not only meant “breakfast” but, echoing usage of the Old French word diner, more commonly meant “the first big meal of the day, usually eaten between 9 a.m. and noon.” Customs change, however, and over the years we have let the chief meal become the last meal of the day, by which time we have broken our fast more than once.
早餐吃些如比萨饼及冰淇淋的食物,既可以被中古英语dinner 表示早餐的事实所证实, 也可被该词的词源——古法语词disner 或 diner 证实。 该法语单词出自于通俗拉丁语单词disiunare , 其意思是“打破禁食后吃的第一餐饭”, 同时也含有breakfast 的概念。 通俗拉丁字出自于更早的字disieiunare , 其拉丁文构成部分是dis- 表示反面和 ieiunium “禁食”。 中古英语diner 不仅指“早饭”, 还模仿了古法语diner 的用法, 一般指“一天中的第一次大餐,常常在上午 9点到中午之间吃”。 然而习惯改变了,许多年以来,我们常常把一天中的最后一顿饭当作主餐,从那时起,我们已不止一次地打破了禁食

现代英汉词典

dinner
[5dInE(r)]
n.

(1)

正餐
Shall we have chicken or duck for dinner?
正餐我们吃鸡还是吃鸭?

(2)

晚宴

现代英汉综合大辞典

dinner
[5dinE]
n.

(1)

一日中的主餐(午餐或晚餐)

(2)

宴会
Have you had dinner yet?
你吃过晚饭了吗?
We gave a dinner in honor of our guests.
我们设宴款待客人。

继承用法

dinnerware
[`dInE9weE(r)]
n.
餐具

习惯用语

After dinner, mustard.
[谚]饭后上芥末; 雨后送伞。

basket dinner
用篮子装的野餐

basket lunch
用篮子装的野餐

basket picnic
用篮子装的野餐

boiled dinner
[美]青菜烧肉

dressed up like a dog's dinner
[口]穿得十分时髦, 打扮得花枝招展

got up like a dog's dinner
[口]穿得十分时髦, 打扮得花枝招展

eat one's dinners
学法律, 准备当律师

eat one's terms
学法律, 准备当律师

house dinner

(1)

俱乐部为会员及客人特备的饭菜

(2)

学校为教职员或寄宿生特备的饭菜

plate dinner
[美]把各色菜肴都盛在一个盘子里的客饭

scratch dinner
临时准备的便饭

shore dinner
以海味为主要菜肴的一 顿饭

testimonial dinner
[美]感谢某人功绩或成就的宴会

T.V. dinner
电视便餐(一种予先做好的盒装冷冻便餐, 可以很快地加热, 边吃边看电视)

英文相关词典

dinner
breakfast    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

dinner
午餐

美国传统词典

dinner
din.ner
AHD:[d1n“…r]
D.J.[6din*]
K.K.[6d!n+]
n.

(1)

The chief meal of the day, eaten in the evening or at midday.

(2)

A banquet or formal meal in honor of a person or an event.

(3)

The food prepared for either of these meals.

(4)

A full-course meal served at a fixed price; table d'h?te.
n.attributive.
Often used to modify another noun:
dinner dishes; dinner music; dinner attire.

语源

(1)

Middle English diner [morning meal]

(2)

from Old French disner, diner [to dine, morning meal] * see dine

注释
Eating foods such as pizza and ice cream for breakfast may be justified by the fact that in Middle English dinner meant “breakfast,” as did the Old French word disner, or diner, which was the source of our word. The Old French word came from the Vulgar Latin word .disi?3re,} meaning “to break one's fast; that is, to eat one's first meal,” a notion also contained in our word breakfast. The Vulgar Latin word was derived from an earlier word, .disi??n3re,} the Latin elements of which are dis-, denoting reversal, and i??nium,} “fast.” Middle English diner not only meant “breakfast” but, echoing usage of the Old French word diner, more commonly meant “the first big meal of the day, usually eaten between 9 a.m. and noon.” Customs change, however, and over the years we have let the chief meal become the last meal of the day, by which time we have broken our fast more than once.

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