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Spanish translation of “invite”

invite

verb /inˈvait/
to ask (a person) politely to come (eg to one’s house, to a party etc)
invitar
They have invited us to dinner tomorrow.
to ask (a person) politely to do something
pedir
He was invited to speak at the meeting.
to ask for (another person’s suggestions etc)
pedir
He invited proposals from members of the society.
invitation /inviˈteiʃən/ noun a (written) request to come or go somewhere
invitación
Have you received an invitation to their party? We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.
the act of inviting
invitación
He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.
inviting adjective (opposite uninviting) attractive or tempting
tentador, atractivo
There was an inviting smell coming from the kitchen.
(Definition of invite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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