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Noun
The presenter of a broadcast program
“She works as the host of a popular live radio show.”
Noun
A person who receives or entertains other people as guests
“We engaged the services of a famous comedian to act as the host for our party.”
Noun
A person in charge of accommodation afforded to guests
“Please contact the host if you have any concerns or queries about your room.”
Noun
A great number of persons or creatures massed together
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“A host of his dedicated fans would show up to his book-signing event.”
Noun
A large number of people or things
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“We have a host of issues we need to resolve before the deadline.”
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A man whose job is to serve customers at their tables in a restaurant
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Victualler or innkeeper
Noun
A person who presides over a quiz or panel game
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The junction of two rivers, especially rivers of approximately equal width
Noun
A group of people assembled for religious worship
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An unusually large number of insects or animals infesting a place and causing damage
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Verb
To hold an event
“We plan to host an event featuring talks from some of the country's foremost experts on nutrition.”
Verb
To accommodate or entertain someone or a group of people
“Labor Day, the last holiday weekend of summer, is a great excuse to host the neighbors for a final celebratory barbecue.”
Verb
To be the presenter of (a broadcast program)
“She used to host a weekly news show on the local TV network.”
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(of a meeting or seminar) To preside over
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Hosting a server remotely
Verb
To provide an opening explanation or announcement for
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