dining room

noun
1.
a room in which meals are eaten, as in a home or hotel, especially the room in which the major or more formal meals are eaten.
2.
Informal. the furniture usually used in a dining room and sometimes sold as a matching set, as a dining table, chairs, and sideboard; dining room suite: a sale on dining rooms.

Origin:
1595–1605

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dining room
 
n
a room where meals are eaten

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Example sentences
Though the restaurant's large, ultra-modern dining room needs a crowd to get it
  going, the food is delicious.
Well surprise, the waves are lapping at the dining room door and their gourmet
  food looks a bit soggy.
My parents had a built-in bookcase that covered one end of the dining room.
It has its own art department of about two dozen that create tables, chairs and
  decorations for the dining room.
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