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host1 British & World English

A person who receives or entertains other people as guests

host2 British & World English

A large number of people or things

host3 British & World English

The bread consecrated in the Eucharist

a host/hosts of in host2 British & World English

A large number of people or things

the host in host2 British & World English

(In biblical use) the angels regarded collectively

Host in hosta British & World English

An East Asian plant cultivated in the West for its shade-tolerant foliage and loose clusters of tubular mauve or white flowers

co-host British & World English

A person who hosts an event or broadcast with another or others

mine host British & World English

The landlord or landlady of a pub

definitive host British & World English

An organism which supports the adult or sexually reproductive form of a parasite

intermediate host British & World English

An organism that supports the immature or non-reproductive forms of a parasite

mine host in host1 British & World English

The landlord or landlady of a pub

host cell in host1 British & World English

A living cell in which a virus multiplies

host computer in host1 British & World English

A computer which stores a website or other data that can be accessed over the Internet or which provides other services to a network

host1 English Thesaurus

the host greeted the new guests

host2 English Thesaurus

a host of memories rushed into her mind

host English-Spanish

anfitrión,

the Host in host English-Spanish

la (Sagrada) Hostia, la Eucaristía

chat show host in chat show English-Spanish

presentador, -doramasculine, feminine de un programa de entrevistas

host animal/organism in host English-Spanish

animal/organismo huésped

to receive the Host in host English-Spanish

recibir la Eucaristía, comulgar*

the elevation of the Host in elevation English-Spanish

la elevación del Santísimo Sacramento

a whole host of difficulties in host English-Spanish

gran cantidad de dificultades, muchísimas dificultades

Barcelona played host to the Olympic Games in host English-Spanish

Barcelona fue la sede de las Olimpíadas

it presents me with a whole host of problems in present English-Spanish

esto me plantea toda una serie de problemas

I'm playing host to a group of exchange students tonight in host English-Spanish

esta noche recibo a un grupo de estudiantes extranjeros

the host for this year's tennis tournament will be Danvers High School in host English-Spanish

el campeonato de tenis se celebrará este año en Danvers High School