- On special occasions or when guests are visiting, the Vietnamese serve rice wine, beer, soft drinks, or coffee.
- KT would sleep in the guest bedroom when she visited.
- On some occasions the guest lists have appeared wilfully eclectic.
- A talented trio of sisters making a name for themselves in the world of animation are among the guest speakers at an event aimed at firing the imagination of young would-be entrepreneurs.
- Former Leeds United legend Norman Hunter is the guest speaker at the event, with tickets priced at £32.
- A guest speaker at each event will deliver multi-disciplinary, non-technical presentations.
- He recently completed a 60-date UK stage tour, and is a regular guest on radio and television.
- It also offers an easily accessible interview facility for radio and television guests.
- In addition to writing on the subject of school choice, Merrifield is a frequent guest on television and radio programs in which the issue is discussed and debated.
- A surge in the number of foreign guests staying in Japanese hotels has pushed up occupancy rates at leading hotels and bolstered their bottom lines.
- No apartments were available and most hotels permitted a guest to stay only 5 days.
- However, he had infected his brother-in-law, two nurses in the hospital, and seven guests who had stayed on the same floor of the hotel.
- It will cover pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage to hotel and restaurant guests, customers and visitors.
- And then I thought, but the true stars are this restaurant's fine guests - you, mes amis.
- Most restaurants cater to guests, but the idea of making sure employees are happy, too, is a rather unique concept.
- All ant guests have to avoid being eaten by their hosts.
- That diversity and beauty has fueled Rettenmeyer's lifelong passion for army ant guests.
- Usually you can sit beside the trails of army ants and watch for guests as the line goes by.
verbo[no object] informal
- His first break came when he guested on the popular Radio Eireann programme ‘Ceili House’ many years ago.
- As well as his impending appearance on BBC television he will also be guesting on BBC Radio Ulster for a week, presenting one of their regular music and chat shows.
- Tomorrow, I shall be mostly guesting on the B3ta radio show on Resonance FM in the London area, with a large folder containing various tales of mirth and woe for anyone foolish enough to be listening.
be my guest
- informal Please do: May I choose the restaurant? Be my guest!Más ejemplos en oraciones
- So, please, be my guest - write whatever you you like.
- It means that if you wanna hook me up with tickets, please be my guest…
- ‘Yes, be my guest as you may please,’ she said, though before she had finished saying it, he had already sat down.
guest of honour
- The most important guest at an occasion.Oraciones de ejemplo
- To celebrate KRG's achievements since 1978, regional councillors and executives also had a special dinner, where past and present KRG chairpersons were guests of honour.
- The pupils had just been presented with their second Green Flag at a special ceremony in Dublin, and the two famous sportsmen were guests of honour of the pupils to jointly hoist the proud banner into place on the school's tall flagpole.
- We ask our guests of honour to give a light-hearted speech with a message.
Middle English: from Old Norse gestr, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch gast and German Gast, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin hostis 'enemy' (originally 'stranger').
Palabras que riman con guestabreast, arrest, attest, beau geste, behest, bequest, best, blessed, blest, breast, Brest, Bucharest, Budapest, celeste, chest, contest, crest, digest, divest, hest, infest, ingest, jest, lest, Midwest, molest, nest, northwest, pest, prestressed, protest, quest, rest, self-addressed, self-confessed, self-possessed, southwest, suggest, test, Trieste, unaddressed, unexpressed, unimpressed, unpressed, unstressed, vest, west, wrest, zest
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