Definition of Dutch treat

1. Noun. A dinner where each person pays for his own.

Generic synonyms: Dining



Definition of Dutch treat

1. Noun. An occasion, such as a restaurant visit, in which everyone pays bill for their expenses. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dutch Treat

Dutch gold
Dutch hand
Dutch hands
Dutch hoe
Dutch hoes
Dutch iris
Dutch metal
Dutch monetary unit
Dutch ovens
Dutch people
Dutch pink
Dutch reckoning
Dutch tilt
Dutch tilts
Dutch treat
Dutch treats
Dutch uncle
Dutch uncles
Dutch wives
Dutcher
Dutchers
Dutchified
Dutchifies
Dutchify
Dutchifying
Dutchkin
Dutchland
Dutchman

Literary usage of Dutch treat

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1. Europe Viewed Through American Spectacles by Charles Carroll Fulton (1874)
"THE " dutch treat." The Germans in the United States, and those Americans who affect a fondness for lager-beer, don't drink it as it is drunk in Germany. ..."

2. Furope Viewed Through American Spectacles by Charles Carroll Fulton (1874)
"THE "dutch treat." The Germans in the United States, and those Americans who affect a fondness for lager-beer, don't drink it as it is drunk in Germany. ..."

3. Memoirs of the Life, Works, and Correspondence of Sir William Temple, Bart. by Thomas Peregrine Courtenay (1836)
"dutch treat SEPARATELY. 1677—1678. ABOUT the middle of June, 1677. young Temple came over to the Hague, bringing letters to his father from Lord ..."

4. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Charles Godfrey Leland (1889)
"Dutchman's breeches (nautical), two streaks of blue in a cloudy sky. Dutch treat (American), a dinner or drinking where every man pays for himself. ..."

5. The Annual Library Index edited by William Isaac Fletcher, Helen Elizabeth Haines (1906)
"... in Staats Forbes collection. (EG Halton) Studio (Internat.) 27: E., HW 107-18(005). Dutch-treat wife, The. (Juliet W. Tompkins) Ladies' HJ аг, No. ..."

6. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"dutch treat. One in which each person pays for himself. Phrase used in Iowa, 1903 : ' Dialect Notes,' ii. 351 Dutch uncle. To talk to any one like a Dutch ..."

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