Definition of 'invite'
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There will always be a second thought about what to invite me to. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She also invited him over to her house. The Sun (2016)All disciplinary procedures should include inviting the employee formally to a disciplinary hearing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Other London boroughs will also be invited to sign up to the shared framework. Computing (2010)He sent other explicit photos to a 20-year-old student who he also invited to share hotel trysts. The Sun (2016)None of the family was invited to the wedding, she said. Times, Sunday Times (2017)In 1955 he was invited to join the committee charged with reforming the Chinese language. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The songs failed to set the world alight, but they impressed Fleetwood enough for him to invite them to join the band. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The pernicious trend is to invite criticism. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She then had a birthday party and invited me. The Sun (2015)What about inviting her local bike shop? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Parents are invited to accompany their youngsters. Christianity Today (2000)We were invited to dress formally or in national dress. The Sun (2008)The trend also invites a curious copycat syndrome. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The wedding invite had been left in a handbag. The Sun (2011)We also invite you to apply what you have learned from reading this book. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)So do take the trouble to invite them out or go in for a visit. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The other big manufacturers have also been invited to meet officials. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My mum has been invited to a wedding but not my dad. The Sun (2013)Those who pass are invited to apply to the force. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But his preaching does seem to invite trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Dozens of relatives and friends had been invited to a party at her family home. The Sun (2007)Two or three of us were hanging about so they invited us to join the party. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)But what they did in the frozen far south in the years that followed has invited intense criticism. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We formally invite you to interview. The Sun (2013)One spring afternoon he invited him to join him flying two of the squadron Spitfires. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)I invited them to accompany me to a former war zone and witness the negative effects of war. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He took me out for a romantic meal and I invited him back to my flat afterwards. The Sun (2007)Moreover, he frequently invited them to meals and parties at his fine Oxford country house. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)
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Translations for 'invite'
British English: invite /ɪnˈvaɪt/ VERB
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.
- American English: invite
- Arabic: يَدْعُو
- Brazilian Portuguese: convidar
- Chinese: 邀请
- Croatian: pozvati
- Czech: pozvat
- 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
- European Portuguese: convidar
- Romanian: a invita
- Russian: приглашать
- Spanish: invitar
- Swedish: bjuda in
- Thai: เชิญ
- Turkish: davet etmek
- Ukrainian: запрошувати
- Vietnamese: mời
British English: invite NOUN
An invite is an invitation to something such as a party or a meal.
They haven't got an invite to the wedding.
Definition of invite from the Collins English Dictionary
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