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Wine And Dine ( to treat someone to expensive food and drink ... )

"Wine And Dine"

You "wine and dine" someone when you take them out to nice restaurants and treat them to expensive food and drink.

Example: "How was your business trip?" Answer: "Great- they wined and dined us all week."

You wine and dine someone in order to build a strong personal relationship with them.

Example: "That man is really crazy about my sister. He has been wining and dining her all month."

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