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guest

noun [C]
 
 
/ɡest/
VISITOR A2 someone who comes to visit you in your home, at a party, etc: We've got some guests coming this weekend.Travellers and visitors
HOTEL A2 someone who is staying in a hotel: The hotel has accommodation for 200 guests.Travellers and visitorsTourism and holidaysHotels and hostelsHotels and hostels
TV B2 a famous person who takes part in a television programme or other entertainment: Our special guest tonight is Sandra Bullock.Broadcasting in general
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