Significado de “party” - en el Diccionario Inglés

party en inglés británico

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partynoun

uk /ˈpɑː.ti/ us /ˈpɑːr.t̬i/

party noun (CELEBRATION)

A1 [ C ] a social event at which a group of people meet to talk, eat, drink, dance, etc., often in order to celebrate a special occasion:

a birthday party
a farewell party
a dinner party (= a small, sometimes formal party where a meal is eaten)
UK a fancy-dress (US costume) party (= a party where people wear clothes that make them look like someone or something else)
Peter has/gives/throws really wild parties.

Más ejemplos

  • He said he had to be at his cousin's engagement party that evening.
  • Who was she dancing with at the party last night?
  • They decorated the room with balloons and streamers ready for the party.
  • We're having a small drinks party for one of our colleagues who's leaving next week.
  • I really enjoyed your party - it was such good fun.

party noun (POLITICAL GROUP)

B1 [ C, + sing/pl verb ] an organization of people with particular political beliefs that competes in elections to try to win positions in local or national government:

the Democratic Party
the Green party
the Conservative party
The party has/have just elected a new leader.
He was elected as party leader in 2011.
They contacted party members from across the nation to ask for their support.

Más ejemplos

  • There are signs of dissension within the ruling political party.
  • A publicly disunited party stands little chance of winning the election.
  • The party that was elected to power has no experience of government.
  • There are two political parties in the US - the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.
  • The committee's job is to ensure fair play between all the political parties and candidates during the election.

party noun (VISITING GROUP)

[ C, + sing/pl verb ] a group of people who are involved in an activity together, especially a visit:

a party of tourists
Most museums give a discount to school parties.

Más ejemplos

  • The museum was almost empty apart from a party of schoolchildren.
  • We're taking a party of Japanese visitors on a tour of the city.
  • A party of tourists were approaching the war memorial.
  • There's a special education room set aside for school parties.
  • Every day this once peaceful village is invaded by coach parties.

party noun (INVOLVEMENT)

[ C ] one of the people or groups of people involved in an official argument, arrangement, or similar situation:

The UN called on all parties in the conflict to take a positive stance towards the new peace initiative.
It's often difficult to establish who the guilty party is following a traffic accident.

Más ejemplos

  • Paula really is the innocent party in all this, it was John that had the affair.
  • An information meeting for all interested parties will be held on 10 November.
  • The contract could be terminated by either party at any time.
  • Mr Jackson was considered the injured party and awarded damages of over £5000.
  • The court's decision did not satisfy either party.

partyverb [ I ]

uk /ˈpɑː.ti/ us /ˈpɑːr.t̬i/

(Definición de party del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

party en inglés americano

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partynoun [ C ]

us /ˈpɑr·t̬i/

party noun [ C ] (SOCIAL GATHERING)

a social gathering at which people talk, eat, drink, and enjoy themselves:

a birthday party
Sally is having a party at her place tonight.

party noun [ C ] (POLITICAL GROUP)

social studies a political group with particular beliefs and aims and which supports members who are trying to get elected to public office:

a political party

party noun [ C ] (PARTICULAR GROUP)

a particular group of people who are involved in an activity:

I made a dinner reservation for a party of eight.

party noun [ C ] (ONE INVOLVED)

one of the people or sides involved in a formal agreement or argument, esp. a legal one:

The UN called on all parties to lay down their arms.

partyverb [ I ]

us /ˈpɑr·t̬i/ infml

party verb [ I ] (SOCIAL GATHERING)

to enjoy yourself at a party with others, esp. by drinking alcohol, dancing, etc.

(Definición de party del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

party en inglés de negocios

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partynoun

uk /ˈpɑːti/ us plural parties

[ C ] one of the people or groups of people involved in an official disagreement, arrangement, or similar situation:

Both parties were happy with the result of the negotiations.

[ C ] a group of people who are involved in an activity together, especially a visit:

A party of college students is visiting the factory today.
Our restaurants offer a discount of 10% to parties of 10 or more.
There will be 8 people in our party, so we'll need to book a table.

[ C ] a social event where a group of people meet to talk, eat, etc., often in order to celebrate a special occasion:

We're having a farewell party for the sales manager.
have/throw/give a party They're going to throw a party to celebrate a great year.

[ C ] POLITICS an organization of people with particular political beliefs which competes in elections for positions in local or national government:

a political party
the governing/ruling/opposition party
the Democratic/Green/Conservative Party
He was elected as party leader in 2011.

(Definición de party del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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