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n. Informal
A lavish or lively party or celebration.

[Origin unknown.]
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a. a noisy lively party or festivity
b. (as modifier): a real wingding party.
2. (Psychology) a real or pretended fit or seizure
[C20: of unknown origin]
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or wing′-ding`,

n. Slang.
a noisy, exciting celebration or party.
[1925–30, Amer.; rhyming compound, perhaps based on wing]
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[ˈwɪŋˌdɪŋ] N (US) → fiesta f animada, guateque m divertido
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n (dated US inf) → tolle Party (inf)
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When's the last time you spoke?" The legislators cough nervously, shuffle their feet, then lie and claim they've "seen" him just recently, which means they've glimpsed him from fifty feet away with 1,000 other people at some Washington wingding. In truth, surprisingly few Democratic senators (and even fewer House members) have spoken to Obama one on one in years.
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You organised the whole wingding and so it's your right to carry on enjoying it the next day.