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Translation of "guest" - English-Spanish dictionary

guest

noun   /ɡest/
A2 someone who comes to visit you invitado, -a We have some guests coming this weekend.
A2 someone who is staying in a hotel huésped The hotel has room for 200 guests.
a famous person who has been invited to appear on a television or radio programme, or at an event invitado, -a Our special guest on the show tonight is musician Wynton Marsalis.
(Definition of guest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

guest

noun /ɡest/
a visitor received in a house, in a hotel etc invitado, huésped We are having guests for dinner (also adjective) a guest bedroom.
guesthouse noun
a small hotel casa de huéspedes, pensión We’ll be staying in a guesthouse near the seafront.
(Definition of guest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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