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guest

noun [C]
 
 
/ɡest/
a person who has been invited to a place: The factory owners treated us as honored guests. The store opening featured several guest speakers from the local business community.
a person who is staying in a hotel: We would like to remind all our guests to leave their keys at reception before they depart. guest of honour the most important person who has been invited to a place, who is shown special respect
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