Meaning of dine in English

Examples of “dine

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I had the pleasure some years ago of dining with a bishop.
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Working people and labouring men like myself have no time dining the day to go to these places.
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I never open a paper without seeing that he has lunched here and dined there, and whenever he has a meal he makes a speech.
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The new building has what is called a project dining area, which is 15 ft.
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The result is that dining room chairs are now better than they were 15 years ago.
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There are also arrangements under which meals are transported from kitchens to dining centres.
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Why is it that so few of the members of the kitchen and dining staff are pensionable?
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We are giving special attention to better welfare accommodation, and to such things as staff refreshment rooms, dining room equipment and amenities.
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They have been having cosy little dinners and wining and dining their contacts.
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The problems of dining facilities have been over-exaggerated, because students are barred from them at set times.
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Certain people were wined and dined in various places before the vote.
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Then there are dining room attendants, who will be employed under conditions which will not be notified to them.
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They may think that they are just dining for old times' sake with their own comrades.
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We need dining rooms, gymnasia and better sanitary facilities, and we need improved security to defeat the ingenuity and resources of the determined criminal.
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I know that now there are dining rooms where the men have more comfort, and cubicles have been provided.
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