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What is the difference between "dinner" and "supper"?

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Rebecca

They are the same thing. "Dinner" and "supper" both mean the evening meal. Some people will say "supper," and others will say "dinner." It doesn't matter which one you use. Ex: What's for supper? Ex: We will have lasagna for dinner. Ex: I plan to make spaghetti for supper. Ex: She had takeout for dinner last night.

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