Synonyms of host in English:

host1

noun

  • 1 the host greeted the new guests
    party-giver, entertainer, hostess
    [Antonyms] guest
  • 2 he was the host of a half-hour TV series
  • verb

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  • 1 the Queen hosted a dinner for 600 guests
    give, throw, have, hold, provide, put on, lay on, arrange, organize
    [Antonyms] be a guest at
  • 2 the show is hosted by Angus Deayton
    present, introduce, compère, front, anchor, announce, be the presenter of
    informal emcee
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    Pronunciation: wēn
    verb
    be of the opinion; think or suppose

    Synonyms of host in English:

    host2

    noun

  • 1 a host of memories rushed into her mind
    multitude, myriad, lot, large number, great quantity, score, abundance, wealth, flood, profusion, array
    informal load, heap, mass, pile, ton
    British informal shedload
    Australian/New Zealand informal swag
    [Antonyms] small number
  • 2 she joined a host of other stars at the London fashion show
    crowd, throng, pack, band, flock, herd, drove, swarm, troop, horde, mob, army, legion, crush, press; collection, assembly, assemblage, gathering
    archaic rout
    [Antonyms] small group
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