Noun. Dinner. Originally a children's expression.

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  • din-dins — 7 [din dins] [ˈdɪndɪnz] [ˈdɪndɪnz] (BrE) (NAmE din din [ˈdɪndɪn] ; …   Useful english dictionary

  • din-dins — noun Dinner. ...he said, well darling, if were all so desperate for our din dins were not allowed a decent curtain …   Wiktionary

  • din-dins — n dinner or another meal, food. A nursery word which, like many others ( choo choo , gee gee, wee wee, etc.), is used facetiously by teenagers and adults. The conversion of dinner into din dins is by a familiar process known as reduplication …   Contemporary slang

  • din-dins —  Dinner. Juv …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • din-din — /ˈdɪn dɪn/ (say din din) noun (with children) (humorous) dinner. Also, din dins. {reduplicated shortened form of dinner} …  

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  • din into — (informal) To instil (knowledge) into (a person) by forceful repetition • • • Main Entry: ↑din * * * ˌdin ˈinto [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they din into …   Useful english dictionary

  • din — I UK [dɪn] / US noun [singular] a very loud unpleasant noise that lasts for a long time II UK [dɪn] / US verb Word forms din : present tense I/you/we/they din he/she/it dins present participle dinning past tense dinned past participle dinned… …   English dictionary

  • din into — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms din into : present tense I/you/we/they din into he/she/it dins into present participle dinning into past tense dinned into past participle dinned into din something into someone to teach something to someone… …   English dictionary

  • din — noun a loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise. verb (dins, dinning, dinned) 1》 (din something into) instil information into (someone) by constant repetition. 2》 make a din. Origin OE dyne, dynn (n.), dynian (v.), of Gmc origin …   English new terms dictionary

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