Hindi translation of 'invitation'
invitation /ˌɪnvɪˈteɪʃən ˌइन्व़िˈटेइशन्/
Word forms: invitations
1. countable noun
An invitation is a written or spoken request to come to an event such as a party or a meeting.
The Syrians have not yet accepted an invitation to attend.
2. countable noun
An invitation is the card or paper on which an invitation is written or printed.
निमंत्रण पत्र mn
3. singular noun
If you believe that someone's action is likely to have a particular result, especially a bad one, you can refer to the action as an invitation to that result.
Don't leave your shopping on the back seat of your car — it's an open invitation to a thief.
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Example Sentences Including 'invitation'
Not the truth - that the invitation had completely slipped his mind.AMAGANSETT (2004)
Inside, a number of women looked up hopefully at his captain's insignia, smiling at him with open invitation.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Bridget, who had regretted not inviting the stranger in for a drink, was better able to offer an invitation now.INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
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'invitation' in Other Languages
- Arabic: دَعْوَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: convite
- Chinese: 邀请
- Croatian: poziv
- Czech: pozvánka
- Danish: invitation
- Dutch: uitnodiging
- European Spanish: invitación
- Finnish: kutsu
- French: invitation
- German: Einladung
- Greek: πρόσκληση
- Italian: invito
- Japanese: 招待
- Korean: 초대 손님
- Norwegian: invitasjon
- Polish: zaproszenie
- Portuguese: convite
- Romanian: invitație invitații
- Russian: приглашение
- Spanish: invitación
- Swedish: inbjudan
- Thai: การเชื้อเชิญ
- Turkish: davet
- Ukrainian: запрошення
- Vietnamese: lời mời
Translation of invitation from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary