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guest British & World English

A person who is invited to visit someone’s home or attend a particular social occasion

guest English Thesaurus

he took dinner with his guests

guest beer British & World English

(In a tied pub) a beer offered in addition to those produced by the parent brewery

guest-edit British & World English

Be invited to choose material for a single issue or broadcast of (a newspaper, magazine, or programme)

guest house British & World English

A private house offering accommodation to paying guests

guest list British & World English

A list of the people invited to a particular event

guest room British & World English

A spare bedroom in a house

guest rope British & World English

A second rope fastened to a boat in tow to keep it steady

house guest British & World English

A guest staying for some days in a person’s private house

guest house English Thesaurus

she spent three nights in a Blackpool guest house

guest worker British & World English

English term for Gastarbeiter.

paying guest British & World English

A person who lives in someone else’s house and pays for food and accommodation; a lodger

celebrity guest British & World English

A well-known person invited to take part in a radio or television programme on which they do not regularly appear

guest of honour British & World English

The most important guest at an occasion

guest-edits in guest-edit British & World English

Be invited to choose material for a single issue or broadcast of (a newspaper, magazine, or programme)

guest-edited in guest-edit British & World English

Be invited to choose material for a single issue or broadcast of (a newspaper, magazine, or programme)

guest of honour in guest British & World English

The most important guest at an occasion

guest-editing in guest-edit British & World English

Be invited to choose material for a single issue or broadcast of (a newspaper, magazine, or programme)