Invite - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- ask someone in a friendly way to do something (syn: bid)
- have as a guest
I visited their house once, but they've never invited me back.
I'm planning to invite them for the weekend.
Aren't you going to invite me in for a coffee?
The event is limited to invited guests.
Employees are invited to apply for the new position.
The college invited her to speak at the graduation ceremony.
The company invites suggestions from customers.
Did you send out the invites to the party?
Everyone is cordially invited.
We invited them over to our place for a drink.
The questions from the audience are invited.
The hour invites.
I invite your attention to this side of the question.
The characteristics of this period invite our inquiries.
Who should we invite to the party?
present participle: inviting
past tense: invited
past participle: invited
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