- 1 1.1 (visitor) invitado, (m,f); (staying overnight) invitado, (m,f), huésped (mf), alojado, (m,f) (Chile) we had guests teníamos invitados, teníamos visita(s) paying guest pensionista (masculine and feminine) guest of honor invitado de honor (before noun/delante del nombre) guest list lista (feminine) de invitados 1.2 (in restaurant, on journey etc) invitado, (masculine, feminine) be my guest! may I borrow your pen? — be my guest! ¿me prestas el bolígrafo? — ¡por supuesto! or ¡(no) faltaba or faltaría más!More example sentences
- 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.
- 2 (in hotel) huésped (mf), cliente, (m,f)More example sentences
- 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.
- 3 (non-member) invitado, (masculine, feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) guest nightvelada en que los socios de un club pueden llevar invitados guest speaker conferenciante invitado, (m,f), orador invitado, (m,f)More example sentences
- 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.
- 4 [Radio] [Television/Televisión] invitado, (masculine, feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) guest appearance aparición (feminine) especial guest artist artista invitado, (masculine, feminine) guest book libro (masculine) de huéspedes or de visitas guest star estrella (feminine) invitadaMore example sentences
- 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.
The Basque autonomous police force is called Ertzaintza. Its members, called ertzainas, wear a uniform of red sweaters and berets, and white jackets. Despite the Ertzaintza's wide range of responsibilities, the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional still operate in the Basque Country.
- aparecer* como invitado I've been invited to guest on his show voy a aparecer como invitado en su showMore example sentences
- 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.