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party

noun   /ˈpɑː·ti/ ( plural parties)
A1 an event where people come together to enjoy themselves by talking, eating, drinking, and dancing fiesta a birthday party We’re having a party to celebrate the occasion.
B1 an organization that has the same political beliefs and tries to win elections partido a political party
a group of people who are working or travelling together grupo a party of tourists
(Definition of party from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

party

noun /ˈpaːti/ ( plural parties)
a meeting of guests for entertainment, celebration etc fiesta, reunión a birthday party She’s giving/having a party tonight (also adjective) a party dress.
a group of people with a particular purpose grupo a party of tourists.
a group of people with the same ideas and purposes, especially political partido a political party.
(Definition of party from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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