inviteverb [T]uk /ɪnˈvaɪt/ us /ɪnˈvaɪt/
invite verb [T] (ASK TO AN EVENT)
- They've invited 80 guests to the wedding.
- They were flattered to be invited to dinner by the mayor.
- They've invited us round for dinner on Saturday.
- She invited a lot of people to the party but half of them didn't turn up.
- All the mums and dads are invited to the school play at the end of the year.
invite verb [T] (REQUEST FORMALLY)
invite verb [T] (ENCOURAGE)