English translation of 'invite'
Example Sentences Including 'invite'
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La Cour invite expressément l'Etat à réexaminer cette disposition particulière.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Non, je m'exprimerai peu, je le ferai de temps en temps si on m'invite ".Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Un jour, le gouverneur de la région de Cali m'invite à l'inauguration d'un quartier de logements populaires.
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'invite' in Other Languages
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
Translation of invite from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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