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host

noun
 
 
/həʊst/
PARTY [C] B2 someone who organizes a party and invites the guests
(parti düzenleyen) ev sahibi
Celebrating and entertaining
TELEVISION [C] someone who introduces the guests on a radio or television programme
sunucu, program takdimcisi
a talk show host Occupations and tradesRadio and television presenters
PLACE [C] a country or city that provides the place and equipment for an organized event
ev sahipliği yapan ülke/kuruluş/şehir
Australia played host to the Olympics in 2000.Places and locationsUnpleasant places
COMPUTERS a company that hosts websites on the Internet
internette web sitesi hizmeti sağlayan şirket/kuruluş
Internet terminology and abbreviations
a host of sth a large number of people or things
bir çok/sürü/yığın
I've got a whole host of questions to ask you.Large in number or quantity
(Definition of host noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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