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invitation

noun
 
 
/ˌɪnvɪˈteɪʃən/
INVITING SOMEONE [C, U] A2 when someone invites you to do something or go somewhere
davet, çağrı
an invitation to dinner [+ to do sth] He has accepted their invitation to visit China.Inviting and summoning
PIECE OF PAPER [C] a piece of paper or card that invites someone to an event
davetiye
Inviting and summoning
CAUSE RESULT [no plural] something that is likely to cause a particular result, especially a bad one
kötülüğe davetiye çıkarma
It is an invitation to violence.Encouraging and urging onInspiration and inspiring
Translations of “invitation”
in Korean 초대…
in Arabic دَعْوة…
in Portuguese convite…
in Catalan invitació…
in Japanese 招待(状)…
in Italian invito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 邀請, 邀請,約請…
in Russian приглашение, пригласительный билет, провокация…
in Chinese (Simplified) 邀请, 邀请,约请…
in Polish zaproszenie, prowokacja…
(Definition of invitation from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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