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Meaning & Definition of Invite in English

English

Invite

/ɪnvaɪt/

noun

1. A colloquial expression for invitation

  • "He didn't get no invite to the party"
    synonym:
  • invite

verb

1. Increase the likelihood of

  • "Ask for trouble"
  • "Invite criticism"
    synonym:
  • invite
  • ,
  • ask for

2. Invite someone to one's house

  • "Can i invite you for dinner on sunday night?"
    synonym:
  • invite
  • ,
  • ask over
  • ,
  • ask round

3. Give rise to a desire by being attractive or inviting

  • "The window displays tempted the shoppers"
    synonym:
  • tempt
  • ,
  • invite

4. Ask someone in a friendly way to do something

    synonym:
  • invite
  • ,
  • bid

5. Have as a guest

  • "I invited them to a restaurant"
    synonym:
  • invite
  • ,
  • pay for

6. Ask to enter

  • "We invited the neighbors in for a cup of coffee"
    synonym:
  • invite
  • ,
  • ask in

7. Request the participation or presence of

  • "The organizers invite submissions of papers for the conference"
    synonym:
  • invite
  • ,
  • call for

8. Express willingness to have in one's home or environs

  • "The community warmly received the refugees"
    synonym:
  • receive
  • ,
  • take in
  • ,
  • invite

Examples of using

"Link, I need you." "Finally! I'll take off my clothes!" "Not in that sense, silly. Today is father's birthday!" "The King has a birthday?!" "Yes. You'll be in charge of the decorations and I'll invite the guests!"
I want to invite you to dinner.
I made a list of people I wanted to invite to my party.