last meal of the day, usually less large and less formal than dinner
"her suppers often included celebrities"
He took Beatrice out to supper at a fish restaurant.
出自： G. Greene
We had a cider and cheese supper.
出自：Lydney (Glos.) Observer
误 I had wonderful supper yesterday.
正 I had a wonderful supper yesterday.
析 supper作“晚饭”解泛指一顿饭的名称时,前面通常不加冠词; 但当有定语修饰时,前面通常加不定冠词a。