Dating means dinner
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) disner, meaning "dine", from the stem of Gallo-Romance desjunare ("to break one's fast"), from Latin dis- (which indicates the opposite of an action) Late Latin ieiunare ("to fast"), from Latin ieiunus ("fasting, hungry").
The Romanian word dejun and the French déjeuner retain this etymology and to some extent the meaning (whereas the Spanish word desayuno and Portuguese desjejum are related but are exclusively used for breakfast).
My first memorable experience of dating and dining was in my early 20s.
I went out on a couple of dates with a cute guy from my gym.
In many modern usages, the term dinner refers to the evening meal, which is now often the most significant meal of the day in English-speaking cultures.
When this meaning is used, the preceding meals are usually referred to as breakfast, lunch and tea.
Before I could analyze the repercussions of allowing Zach to pay for me, the server whisked the bill — and Zach’s credit card — away.
Eventually, the term shifted to referring to the heavy main meal of the day, even if it had been preceded by a breakfast meal (or even both breakfast and lunch).
In Europe, the fashionable hour for dinner began to be incrementally postponed during the 18th century, to two and three in the afternoon, until at the time of the First French Empire an English traveler to Paris remarked upon the "abominable habit of dining as late as seven in the evening".
The way he ate brought visions of a guy in prison protecting his meal by keeping it close in case it was taken away from him.
I just couldn't picture myself going out with him again.
I reached for my wallet out of habit — not because I wanted to pay (who wants to pay for dinner? I’ll get mine,” I replied, going through the ritual dance that often occurs in these situations.