invite definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to inquire of when it comes to presence or participation of: invite pals to supper; ask writers to a conference.
    • To request officially: invited united states becoming sitting.
    • To enjoy; motivate: ask questions from the market.
    • To often bring on; provoke: "Divisions at home would ask dangers from abroad” ( John Jay).
    • To entice; tempt.
    • to inquire about; to demand; to bid; to summon; to inquire about to do some work, or head to some place; esp., to inquire of to an entertainment or see; to request the company of.
    • To allure; to-draw to; to tempt in the future; to cause by enjoyment or hope; to entice.
    • to offer occasion for.
  • noun:
    • Informal An invitation.
    • An invitation.
    • An invitation.
    • a colloquial phrase for invitation
  • verb:
    • to inquire of when it comes to existence or involvement of someone or something.
    • To request formally.
    • To motivate.
    • raise the probability of
    • request the participation or presence of
    • ask some one in a friendly solution to make a move
    • invite anyone to a person's home
    • bring about a desire when you are appealing or inviting
    • express determination to own within one's residence or environs
    • ask to enter
    • have actually as a guest
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to provide invitation.
  • others:
    • To obtain ahead, attend, or make a move; request the existence, organization, or activity of; summon because of need, benefit, or courtesy: as, to invite a pal to supper; to ask one to dancing.
    • To present allurement or incitement to; draw on or cause by urge; solicit; incite.
    • Synonyms Convoke, Bid, etc. See telephone call.
    • To offer invite or enticement; attract.

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