din-dins

din-dins

n
Brit a childish term for dinner1
Translations

din-dins

[ˈdɪndɪns] NPL (baby talk) (= mid-day meal) → comidita f; (= evening meal) → cenita f

din-dins

n (baby-talk)Happi(-Happi) nt (baby-talk); your din-dins is readyjetzt gibts Happi(-Happi); what’s for din-dins?was gibts zu füttern? (inf)
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They spread out hand-carved jungle deities, intricately etched bowls and chains of gleaming shells, should the din-dins want to take a souvenir home with them.
WILL Tin-Tin be a dog's din-dins or have director Spielberg and writers Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish come up trumps for the animated Belgian boy detective's first foray in Hollywood?
They even had a professional chef explaining how to cook doggy din-dins.
We're sure din-dins with Keef would have helped dull the pain.
Daddy - er, that's Nigel - was round for din-dins this week.
No glugger this, it's one for teaming with a robust autumnal casserole if you are doing din-dins after the flash, bang, wallop tribute to Guy Fawkes is over.
He thought "quick walk, take Alan along, couple of pints, back in time for din-dins.
These days it's renowned as the UK's premier red kite feeding spot, every afternoon providing the opportunity to see these majestic creatures putting on a spectacular aerial display for their din-dins.
Gwyn, 33, sported her dodgy do for din-dins with Coldplay hubby Chris Martin and buddies Madonna and Guy Ritchie at Luciano in London's Mayfair.
Both Pilkington and Fulton were also former high sheriffs, an annual shift made less attractive, despite the wearing of ceremonial breeches and gaiters, by having to raid your own wallet to the tune of pounds 25,000 to provide din-dins for judges.
Shame, as it's a magic way to start din-dins with a fish course.
It must be exhausting fetching McCain's slippers after his afternoon snooze, tying his bib before din-dins, changing his nappies.