Hindi translation of 'invite'
Word forms: invites, inviting, invited
1. transitive verb /ɪnˈvaɪt इनˈव़ाइट्/
If you invite someone to something such as a party or a meal, you ask them to come to it.
She invited him to her birthday party.
I invited her in for a coffee.
Bob invited her to join him at the races.
2. transitive verb
If you are invited to do something, you are formally asked to do it.
The officials will be invited to explain their reasoning.
3. transitive verb
If something you say or do invites trouble or criticism, it makes trouble or criticism more likely.
किसी घटना को अधिक संभाव्य बनाना
Their refusal to compromise will invite more criticism from the UN.
4. countable noun /ˈɪnvaɪt ˈइन्व़ाइट्/
An invite is an invitation to something such as a party or a meal.[informal]
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Example Sentences Including 'invite'
Connie Byrnes wouldn't have the self-confidence to invite Dakin for coffee, much less abduct her.C B Greenfield - A Little Madness
Perhaps she would invite Nora in for coffee, or Nora might invite her.Death of an Unknown Man
I told them to sit down and make themselves comfortable and went out to invite Ginette Duval in on the conversation.Doubtful Motives
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'invite' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَدْعُو
- Brazilian Portuguese: convidar
- Chinese: 邀请
- Croatian: pozvati
- Czech: pozvat zvát
- Danish: invitere
- Dutch: uitnodigen
- European Spanish: invitar
- Finnish: kutsua tilaisuuteen ym.
- French: inviter
- German: einladen
- Greek: προσκαλώ
- Italian: invitare
- Japanese: 誘う
- Korean: 초대하다
- Norwegian: invitere
- Polish: zaprosić zapraszać
- Portuguese: convidar
- Romanian: a invita
- Russian: приглашать
- Spanish: invitar
- Swedish: bjuda in
- Thai: เชิญ
- Turkish: davet etmek
- Ukrainian: запрошувати запросити
- Vietnamese: mời
Translation of invite from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary