guest


Definition: Meaning of, guest in English to English dictionary.

Pronunciation: / ɡɛst /

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guest guests
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  1. at an event someone who is invited to an event or special occasion
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  2. in a house someone you have invited to stay in your home for a short time
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  3. in a hotel someone who is paying to stay in a hotel
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  4. on a show someone famous who is invited to take part in a show, concert etc, in addition to those who usually take part
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  5. be my guest spoken used to give someone permission to do what they have asked to do
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  1. for guests to use
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  2. a guest star, speaker etc is someone famous or important who is invited to take part in an event, in addition to the people who usually take part
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guest guested guested
Present Participle Third Person Singular
guesting guests
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  1. to take part in a show, concert etc as a guest
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Guest


Definition: Meaning of, Guest in English to English dictionary.

Pronunciation: / gɛst /

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  1. 1881-1959 born in England united States journalist noted for his syndicated homey verse
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Guest used in phrases

  • Edgar Albert Guest (noun)
    1. 1881-1959 born in England united States journalist noted for his syndicated homey verse
  • Edgar Guest (noun)
    1. 1881-1959 born in England united States journalist noted for his syndicated homey verse
  • be my guest (verb)
    1. informal do as you wish; go ahead; help yourself
  • guest book (noun)
    1. a book in which everyone who comes to a formal occasion or stays at a hotel signs their name
  • guest night (noun)
    1. an evening when members of a club or college can bring their friends as guests
  • guest of honor (noun)
    1. the person in whose honor a gathering is held
  • guest of honour (noun)
    1. the person in whose honour a gathering is held
  • guest room (noun)
    1. a bedroom for a visitor or visitors to use
  • guest worker (noun)
    1. a worker from one country who works in another country for a short time
  • house guest (noun)
    1. a friend or relative who is staying in your house for a short time
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Pronunciation: ˈsɪŋkrənaɪzə
Parts of Speech: noun
especially an instrument that enables a pilot to synchronize the propellers of a plane that has two or more engines an instrument that indicates whether two periodic motions are synchronous