Definition of 'guest'
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The guests will also provide unusual festive dishes and ideas for using up leftovers. The Sun (2016)Some of the guests show no such reticence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These are the poor dogs that absolutely nobody wants as house guests. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Scores of residents and hotel guests were forced on to the streets after midnight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most of the tracks include guest appearances from the rhythm sections of the original bands. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many of the rabbis who are regular guests have a strong rapport with young people. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The price is allinclusive, so guests eat and drink as much as they like. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I used this on an invitation recently and only one guest texted to say that she was confused. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It takes over your life to the detriment of those around you, whether dinner party guests or family members. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We discovered recently that the guest experience in our spare room was some way short of perfect. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Guest receptions with refreshments before or after services. Christianity Today (2000)We stared through the windows of one of the guest houses. The Sun (2012) Hotel guests enjoy complimentary use of the facilities. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The actor bagged the guest role after bumping into producers in a studio. The Sun (2012) One approached the guest of honour to request an autograph. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two guest speakers are also flying out. The Sun (2008)Years ago he was a guest on a chat show. The Sun (2015)The winner and guest will enjoy hospitality and great views from an executive box. The Sun (2009)The receptionist had said that many guests choose to eat here rather than the restaurant. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was like family rather than a guest. The Sun (2008) Guests must spend at least one night in the hotel to be able to book the cabin. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is well known that they are frequent guests on the yachts and jets of the very wealthy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Many guests are regulars, and most of the staff have served for at least a decade. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some holiday companies are offering bus services to take guests staying at resorts with poor conditions to others where the skiing is better. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Guest appearances from other famous faces will also help her to find the veteran entertainer's winning formula. The Sun (2013)A guest performance or two might have made all the difference. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I knew there were stone steps leading from the guest house up to the main house. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Maybe I can get a guest appearance as the lookalike of the lookalike. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'guest'
British English: guest /ɡɛst/ NOUN
A guest is someone who has been invited to stay in your home, attend an event, or appear on a radio or television show.
She was a guest at the wedding.
- American English: guest
- Arabic: ضَيْف
- Brazilian Portuguese: convidado
- Chinese: 客人
- Croatian: gost
- Czech: host
- Danish: gæst
- Dutch: gast
- European Spanish: huésped invitado
- Finnish: vieras kutsuttu
- French: invité
- German: Gast
- Greek: καλεσμένος
- Italian: ospite
- Japanese: 客
- Korean: 손님
- Norwegian: gjest
- Polish: gość
- European Portuguese: convidado
- Romanian: oaspete
- Russian: гость
- Spanish: huésped
- Swedish: gäst
- Thai: แขกที่มาเยี่ยม
- Turkish: konuk
- Ukrainian: гість
- Vietnamese: khách
Definition of guest from the Collins English Dictionary
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