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cookout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcookoutcook‧out /ˈkʊk-aʊt/ noun [countable] American English informal  MEALa party or occasion when a meal is cooked and eaten outdoors a cookout on the beach
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cookoutAnd so every fall, he would have a party-a cookout on the beach with a big bonfire.Astrid had refused to come tonight, instead had gone to a cookout with her girlfriend.We would have a big cookout.People living within walking distance of the track decorate their houses for the family cookout with checkered flags and banners.Free slide programs, lectures, films and outdoor cookouts are scheduled evenings throughout the summer.Jeep tours, hayrides, chuck wagon cookouts and trail rides are available for a fee.
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