social function

social function
noun
a vaguely specified social event
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the party was quite an affair

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an occasion arranged to honor the president

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a seemingly endless round of social functions

Syn: ↑affair, ↑occasion, ↑social occasion, ↑function
Hypernyms: ↑social event
Hyponyms:

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