Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de party

(sustantivo) 
Definition
a group of people sharing a common political aim
opposing political parties
Sinónimos
faction
A peace agreement will be signed by the leaders of the country's warring factions.
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association
the British Olympic Association
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alliance
The two parties were still too much apart to form an alliance.
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grouping
There were two main political groupings pressing for independence.
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set
the popular watering hole for the literary set
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side
Both sides appealed for a new ceasefire.
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league
the League of Nations
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camp
The Republican camp is solidly in favour of capital punishment.
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combination
The company's chief executive has proposed a merger or other business combination.
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coalition
He had been opposed by a coalition of civil-rights organizations.
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clique
The country is run by a small clique of wealthy families.
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coterie
The songs he recorded were written by a small coterie of dedicated writers.
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confederacy
Vienna was established as the political and cultural capital of a new confederacy of Germanic states.
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cabal
He had been chosen by a cabal of fellow senators.
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a social gathering for pleasure
We threw a huge birthday party.
Sinónimos
get-together (informal)
I arranged a get-together at my home.
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celebration
There was a celebration in our house that night.
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do (informal)
They always have all-night dos there.
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social
church socials
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function
We were going down to a function in London.
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reception
a glittering wedding reception
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bash (informal)
one of the biggest showbiz bashes of the year
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rave (British, slang)
an all-night rave
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festivity
The festivities included a firework display.
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knees-up (British, informal)
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beano (British, slang)
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social gathering
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shindig (informal)
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soirée
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wrap party
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rave-up (British, slang)
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afterparty
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hooley or hoolie mainly Irish, New Zealand)
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a group of people involved in the same activity
a party of explorers
Sinónimos
group
The trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
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team
Mr Hunter and his management team
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band
bands of government soldiers
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company
He was a notable young actor in a company of rising stars.
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body
the police representative body
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unit
a secret military unit
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squad
The club is under investigation by the fraud squad.
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gathering
He spoke today before a large gathering of world leaders.
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crew
The film crew spent nearly twelve weeks shooting in Thailand.
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gang
He was attacked by a gang of youths.
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bunch (informal)
The players were a great bunch.
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dream team
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detachment (military)
a detachment of marines
(sustantivo) 
Definition
the person or people who take part in or are involved in something, esp. a legal action or dispute
It has to be proved that he is the guilty party.
Sinónimos
litigant
The litigant should first write to the defendant.
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defendant
Charges against the defendant were dismissed.
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participant
He was a reluctant participant in the proceedings.
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contractor (law)
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plaintiff
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a person
(informal)  A certain party told me you would be here.
Sinónimos
person
Sam's the only person who can do the job.
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individual
the rights and responsibilities of the individual
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somebody
He suddenly became a somebody.
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someone
There's someone at the door.
(verbo) 
Definition
to celebrate
Let's party like there's no tomorrow!
Sinónimos
celebrate
I was in a mood to celebrate.
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have fun
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have a good time
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enjoy yourself
He's too busy enjoying himself to get much work done.
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have a ball
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large it (British, slang)
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push the boat out
I earn enough to push the boat out now and again.
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whoop it up
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paint the town red
Thousands of football fans painted the town red after the match.
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let your hair down
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go on a bender

Citas

A party is like a marriage ... making itself up while seeming to follow precedent [Jay McInerneyBrightness Falls]
Under democracy, one party always devotes its chief energies to trying to prove that the other party is unfit to rule: and both commonly succeed, and are right [H.L. Mencken]

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of alliance
Definition
a formal relationship between two or more countries or political parties to work together
The two parties were still too much apart to form an alliance.
in the sense of association
Definition
a group of people with a common interest
the British Olympic Association
in the sense of at-home
Sinónimos
soirée

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