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Significado de “host” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "host" - Diccionario Inglés

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hostnoun

uk   /həʊst/  us   /hoʊst/
  • host noun (PERSON WITH GUESTS)

B2 [C] (female also hostess) someone who has guests: We thanked our hosts for a very enjoyable evening. The local language school is advertising for host families (= families people stay with when they are visiting another country).

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  • host noun (ON TELEVISION)

C2 [C] (female also hostess) a person who introduces guests and performers, especially on television or radio: Our host for tonight's show is Jimmy Fallon.

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  • host noun (FOR AN EVENT)

[C] a place or organization that provides the space and other necessary things for a special event: Japan is playing host to the next international conference. the host nation for the next World Cup

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  • host noun (ANIMAL/PLANT)

[C] specialized biology a plant or animal that another plant or animal lives on as a parasite
  • host noun (CHURCH)

the host [S] specialized

hostverb [T]

uk   /həʊst/  us   /hoʊst/
  • host verb [T] (EVENT)

C1 to provide the space and other things necessary for a special event: Which country is hosting the next Olympic Games?

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(Definition of host from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "host" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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hostnoun

 us   /hoʊst/
  • host noun (PARTY ORGANIZER)

[C] (female hostess,  /ˈhoʊ·stəs/ ) someone who gives a party or has guests: Lucy was a gracious host. Vancouver played host to the conference (= the event happened there).
  • host noun (BROADCASTER)

[C] (female hostess,  /ˈhoʊ·stəs/ ) a person who introduces guests and performers on television or radio: a talk-show host
  • host noun (PLANT/ANIMAL)

[C] a plant or animal that another plant or animal lives on as a parasite
  • host noun (LARGE NUMBER)

[C usually sing] a large number: They cared for wounded soldiers and performed a host of other duties.

hostverb [T]

 us   /hoʊst/
to be the host for guests or for a special event: Which country is hosting the next Olympics?
(Definition of host from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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hostnoun

uk   us   /həʊst/
[C or U] a country, city, or organization that provides buildings, services, etc. for an event: host to sth The prime minister will be playing host to the world's leaders over the next couple of weeks.host for sth Her role is to encourage investment in the city and promote its use as a host for international events.
[C] INTERNET, IT a company that provides the computer equipment and software necessary for a website to be available on the internet: When choosing a host, look for one that doesn’t charge extra for you to set up email addresses. a web/internet host
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[C] COMMUNICATIONS a person who introduces guests and performers, especially on television or radio: NBC hired him as the host of a late-night variety show. a radio/talk show/TV host

hostverb [T]

uk   us   /həʊst/
to organize and provide buildings, services, etc. for an event: host a conference/a meeting/an event The organization will host a conference about how to cut corporate crime. He used to host a regular quarterly meeting with executives.
INTERNET to provide the computer equipment and software necessary for a website to be available on the internet: The server hosts a web service that authenticates user access requests.
(Definition of host from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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