Dutch treat


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Dutch treat

n.
An outing, as for dinner or a movie, in which all persons pay their own expenses.

Dutch treat

n
informal an entertainment, meal, etc, where each person pays for himself or herself

Dutch′ treat′


n.
a meal or entertainment for which each person pays his or her own way.
[1870–75]
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Noun1.Dutch treat - a dinner where each person pays for his own
dining - the act of eating dinner
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