Thanks,It is called "a meal" or "dinner."
A: "Do you know the Mehboob family?"
B: "Yes. I know them well. I went to their house for dinner/ a meal a few days ago."
I have told you we use meal in the UK. It doesn't mean "gathering", it means eating together.Hello, Paul sir.
I think 'dinner' is not a general word for this type of gathering, because I'm looking for a general name for this gathering (it may be at morning, it may be at noon - it may be at any time when people sit and enjoy eating together), moreover, I wonder if I can use 'meal' to mean gathering or not. (Have a loot at my example in #4)