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Dinner, supper or tea? watch

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    Dinner, 6:00 to 7:30 (occasionally tea but not normally me who calls it that)
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Dinner, which I have at about 6 or 7pm.

    Supper reminds me of people who don't own a TV.
    Literally same
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    Dinner at 5-6pm
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    I call tea what people call lunch and that's around noon-late noon
    and dinner is nighttime food, dunno lol at any time between 6pm and later

    Dont think I've ever said the word "supper" before
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    "Dinner" refers to the main meal of the day, usually eaten either between 12:00 and 14:00 or 17:00 and 20:00. It is either defined by one noon/evening meal being heated and the other not being so, or in the event of a tie, "dinner" will refer to the most calorific.

    If "dinner" occurs around midday, then "tea" shall occur as the evening meal.
    If "dinner" occurs during the late afternoon/evening, then "lunch" shall occur as the midday meal.

    Breakfast remains constant, regardless of other meals.

    In addition, "brunch", "elevensees" or "afternoon tea" may be consumed.

    "Supper" is only used to refer to a heated meal of thin consistency (primarily soup) consumed during the mid/late evening, when one has had a large dinner at midday. Supper and dinner are mutually exclusive.

    That's how my family does it.
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    "Tea" for an evening meal is madness.

    "Dinner", but I don't totally exclude the use of "supper" as something light, informal, at home, with family.
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    (Original post by Cognition!)
    "Dinner" refers to the main meal of the day, usually eaten either between 12:00 and 14:00 or 17:00 and 20:00. It is either defined by one noon/evening meal being heated and the other not being so, or in the event of a tie, "dinner" will refer to the most calorific.

    If "dinner" occurs around midday, then "tea" shall occur as the evening meal.
    If "dinner" occurs during the late afternoon/evening, then "lunch" shall occur as the midday meal.

    Breakfast remains constant, regardless of other meals.

    In addition, "brunch", "elevensees" or "afternoon tea" may be consumed.

    "Supper" is only used to refer to a heated meal of thin consistency (primarily soup) consumed during the mid/late evening, when one has had a large dinner at midday. Supper and dinner are mutually exclusive.

    That's how my family does it.
    There doesn't seem be a mention of lunch anywhere here? Do you not have it?
 
 
 
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