picnic definition

  • noun:
    • dinner eaten outside, as on an excursion.
    • Slang a simple task or a pleasant experience.
    • A smoked area of pork foreleg and shoulder.
    • meals consumed outdoors or perhaps in another informal setting.
    • a simple or pleasant task.
    • Formerly, an entertainment from which each individual contributed some dish to a standard table; today, an excursion or pleasure party where people partake of a collation or repast (usually in the wild air, and from food carried independently).
    • previously, an entertainment by which every partaker added his share into the general dining table; today, an entertainment or pleasure-party the members of which carry conditions with them on an excursion, because from a city for some place in the nation: additionally used adjectively: as, a picnic celebration; picnic cookies (a kind of small nice cookies).
    • One thing undeniably good or simple; a ‘soft thing’; a snug berth; a delicacy; a simple job.
    • A lively, difficult, or awkard knowledge.
    • any casual meal eaten outside or on an excursion
    • any task that's an easy task to do
    • every single day dedicated to a patio personal gathering
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to be on or take part in a picnic.
    • to be on a picnic, or pleasure excursion; for eating in public areas style.
  • verb:
    • for eating a picnic.
    • eat alfresco, in the open atmosphere
  • others:
    • to wait a picnic party; indulge in a picnic dinner: because, we picnicked in woods.

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