英語釋義 English Interpretation
a party of people assembled to have dinner together;
"guests should never be late to a dinner party"
Before Dinner Cocktail Party宴前酒會
year-end dinner gtcr party忘年餐會
Buffet Dinner Party自助餐中秋
dinner r party晚餐會
Appearance Dinner Party排場應酬
The Dinner PartyThe Dinner Party is a one-act comedy written by Neil Simon, about marriage and divorce. This is Simon's 31st play.
英漢例句 English & Chinese Examples
i couldn「t attend a dinner party that spring without people gushing about their magnificent president.
four or five years after we got married, your honor, s. and i were invited to a dinner party at the home of a german dancer, who was then living in new york.
introduced by friends at a dinner party last spring, the couple kept their love a secret until last autumn and decided marry in may.
l ast week, i went to a dinner party that gave me a bout of indigestion.
it was at a dinner party in paris, at the house of the artist bill copley.
people who go to a western dinner party for the first time may be surprised by table manners in western culture.
hillary and i ended our washington stay with a dinner party given by pamela harriman.
」it「s like a dinner party at craig」s house, but there are just more tables now,' mr. willis says.
and on foreign policy, mr cameron would get an easier ride at a trendy london dinner party than hawkish mr osborne.
since that february night, financial journalists, bloggers, and who knows how many dinner party guests have debated the trillion-dollar question: when will a wall street executive be sent to jail?
michael and lisa hit it off on their very first date, at a dinner party of a mutual friend.
a few middle-aged couples are chatting at a dinner party when one husband, harry, starts talking enthusiastically about a new restaurant he has just visited with his wife.