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host /houst/
  • danh từ
    • chủ nhà
    • chủ tiệc
    • chủ khách sạn, chủ quán trọ
    • (sinh vật học) cây chủ, vật chủ
    • to reckon without one's host
      • quên không tính đến khó khăn; quên không tính đến sự phản đối
    • đặt kế hoạch mà không trao đổi với những nhân vật hữu quan chủ yếu
    • danh từ
      • số đông, loạt (người, sự việc, đồ vật), đám đông
        • a host of people: đông người
        • a host of difficult: một loạt khó khăn
        • he is a host in himself: mình anh ấy bằng cả một đám đông (có thể làm việc bằng năm bằng mười người gộp lại)
      • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) đạo quân
      • the hosts of haven
        • các thiên thể
      • các thiên thần tiên nữ
      • danh từ
        • tôn bánh thánh
      Concise Dictionary
      hostess|hosts|hostesses|hosted|hostinghəʊst
      noun
      +a person who invites guests to a social event (such as a party in his or her own home) and who is responsible for them while they are there
      +a vast multitude
      +an animal or plant that nourishes and supports a parasite; it does not benefit and is often harmed by the association
      +a person who acts as host at formal occasions (makes an introductory speech and introduces other speakers)
      +archaic terms for army
      +any organization that provides resources and facilities for a function or event
      +(medicine) recipient of transplanted tissue or organ from a donor
      +the owner or manager of an inn
      +a technical name for the bread used in the service of Mass or Holy Communion
      +(computer science) a computer that provides client stations with access to files and printers as shared resources to a computer network
      verb
      +be the host of or for
      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 hostess, innkeeper, hotelier, hotel-keeper, hotelman, landlord or landlady, manager or manageress, proprietor or proprietress, Brit publican:
      As host, it is my responsibility to greet the guests.
      2 entertainer, master or mistress of ceremonies, emcee, MC, announcer, Brit presenter, compère, US tummler:
      For twenty years he has been the host of popular TV quiz shows.
      v.
      3 entertain, act or play the host or hostess, have:
      She hosts a dinner-party for close friends every Wednesday.
      n.
      army, swarm, crowd, horde, multitude, throng, mob, pack, herd, troop, legion, body, assembly, assemblage, drove:
      The rock group turned up with a host of followers, their so-called groupies.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 [C] a person who invites guests to a meal, a party, etc. or who has people staying at their house: Ian, our host, introduced us to the other guests.
      2 [C] a country, a city or an organization that holds and arranges a special event: The college is playing host to a group of visiting Russian scientists.
      3 [C] a person who introduces and talks to guests on a television or radio show: a TV game show host
      4 [C] (technical) an animal or a plant on which another animal or plant lives and feeds
      5 [C] ~ of sb/sth a large number of people or things: A host of musicians will perform at the festival. + a host of possibilities
      6 (the Host) [sing.] the bread that is used in the Christian service of COMMUNION, after it has been BLESSED
      See also - HOSTESS
      + verb [VN]
      1 to organize an event to which others are invited and make all the arrangements for them: Germany is bidding to host the World Cup finals. + Birmingham is hosting a three-day conference on drugs. + The Arts Centre is hosting a folk festival this summer.
      2 to introduce a television or radio programme, a show, etc: The awards ceremony will be hosted by Sir David Frost.
      3 to organize a party that you have invited guests to: to host a dinner
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      1 person who receives and entertains visitors

      ADJ.

      charming, generous, genial, good, perfect, welcoming
      George was a perfect host.

      VERB + HOST

      act as, play
      The village is playing host to a film crew.

      HOST + NOUN

      club, community, country, family, government, nation, society, state
      The host club is to be congratulated on its organization of the tournament.

      PREP.

      ~ to
      The acre of garden is host to a splendid bank of rhododendrons.

      2 person who introduces a television or radio show

      ADJ.

      chat-show, game-show, talk-show, television, TV
      The event will be opened by television host Bill Punter.



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