In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(visitor)invitado masculineinvitada feminine(staying overnight) invitado masculine(staying overnight) invitada feminine(staying overnight) huésped masculine(staying overnight) alojado masculine Chile(staying overnight) alojada feminine Chilewe had guests — teníamos invitados
- The association would be pleased to hear from anyone who feels able to host guests over the three-night visit.
- The trio is supplemented by visits from numerous eclectic guests.
- Ticket holders wishing to bring a friend will receive three vouchers that invite a guest to attend a B grade game for only £5!
- The pet monkey was an occasional guest at dinner parties.
- Some unexpected guests paid a visit to Tramore on Monday.
- When he is using the studio, guests are invited to visit him and watch him work.
- KT would sleep in the guest bedroom when she visited.
- His mother and sister visited Ireland as guests of the State and travelled from Kerry to Letitia's native Maynooth, Co Kildare.
- My grandmother did attend, appropriately corsaged, and we have photos of her sitting in one of the plastic chairs graciously visiting with guests.
- When guests visit you, it is polite to welcome them with kind words and serve them what you have.
- Try out the Orange Kiss Me Cake for a special occasion for extra special guests.
- The guests present on the occasion tried to resolve the dispute amicably but all the efforts to motivate the groom proved futile, the eyewitnesses said.
- On special occasions or when guests are visiting, the Vietnamese serve rice wine, beer, soft drinks, or coffee.
- Fried chicken, however much touted as the southern dish, was a food reserved for Sunday dinner guests and special occasions.
- On one occasion the distinguished guests gathered with him round the table were excited at the prospect of hearing some new and sparkling aphorism fall from his lips.
- The school's hall was decorated with balloons for the occasion and the guests all enjoyed a buffet and drinks.
- They would sing, dance, and even strip naked at social occasions to provoke distinguished guests into offering donations.
- On some occasions the guest lists have appeared wilfully eclectic.
- The sun shone brightly for the entire afternoon and the guests thoroughly enjoyed the occasion.
- I would never knowingly offend a guest at such an occasion and Stephen, quite rightly, felt he could not allow my marks to pass without mounting a spirited defence of his organisation.
1.2(in restaurant, on journey etc)invitado masculineinvitada feminine
- There were about five guests in the restaurant, which much looked like a camping cafeteria to me, and three of them were ready to leave, leaving behind wrappers of chocolate bars.
- It will cover pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage to hotel and restaurant guests, customers and visitors.
- Professional magicians could be spotted these days at beach resorts and posh restaurants regaling guests awaiting their food.
- Or, start them off with more familiar foods: some pizza restaurants allow young guests to add their own toppings.
- The pair, Lee Kane and Mary Davenporf, bop around the restaurant, serving guests in casual clothes, while welcoming people with open smiles.
- The restaurant will cater to guests on ‘first come first serve’ basis.
- Tunes from Broadway musicals from that period gently resonate in the restaurant and transport guests back across the Pacific into the New York of the last century.
- Most restaurants cater to guests, but the idea of making sure employees are happy, too, is a rather unique concept.
- My Husband had come as one of the guests from the restaurant they both worked at.
- And then I thought, but the true stars are this restaurant's fine guests - you, mes amis.
- We tried to figure out what circumstance would warrant a restaurant guest standing on a toilet seat.
- It offers entertainment, displays and behind the scenes tours as well as a casual bar area and a separate seated restaurant for guests.
- Waiters are instructed not to interrupt conversations - between dining guests or between a customer and someone on the phone.
- The waiter at the hotel applied this simple wisdom to enhance not only the experience of savoring the delicacy but also the quality of service for the restaurant guests.
- Overall, Home Steak was a pleasant experience and the waiters' obvious familiarity with many of their guests confirmed that this restaurant is a place to go back to.
- The restaurant guests seem to be a lot of older foreign tourists, so the atmosphere is a little stilted.
- Describing how he built up his wealth through saving and making investments, he said he often did not use his subsistence allowances because he ate meals as a guest of restaurants.
- Consecutively, the images of his present popped back into place: trees, restaurant guests, tables, and lastly, a worried looking Finn.
- Our foursome took a corner of the huge table of guests at a Korean restaurant on the Holloway Road, just a stagger from Highbury and Islington Station.
- I was fortunate enough to dine as a guest of the restaurant and therefore etiquette demands that I don't review the meal.
2(in hotel)huésped femininecliente masculineclienta feminine
- But don't sweat it - a number of hotels loan out the popular digital music devices to guests during their stay.
- 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.
- A throng of cheering fans gathered outside for hours just to catch a glimpse of their hero and 60 guests stayed at the hotel overnight to see him.
- The first step is to estimate an occupancy rate or the number of nights a year you can reasonably expect guests to stay in your establishment.
- The Myrtles is now a bed and breakfast, so guests can stay in these rooms and see if the ghosts come out and play.
- However, local managers refused to say how many people had been leaving early because of the outbreak and how many guests were staying in the hotel.
- In 40% of these cases, there is unintentional overbooking because guests have extended their stay.
- Le Terrace, as the hotel is also called, already has 120-130 guests staying in it including about 15 from overseas.
- A team of professionals cook, clean and cater for guests during their stay.
- The idea was to get a better understanding of exactly what guests did during their stay.
- If a guest should stay eight times at any Oberoi Hotel, they are entitled to a complimentary stay for two nights at an Oberoi Resort.
- The Diana Group has contracted with Bangkok-Pattaya Hospital to provide quality care to guests staying at the resort.
- The roof had a couple holes in it, and the useable rooms for guests to stay in totaled six, after you took away the rooms designated for the staff.
- No apartments were available and most hotels permitted a guest to stay only 5 days.
- While short-term tenants will pay more, guests staying for a minimum of six months are being offered discounts of up to 40 per cent.
- 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.
- In a special drive to embrace digital photography and printing, Hewlett-Packard is giving hotel guests free use of its digital cameras during their stay.
- Others pointed out one of the buildings close to the first attack is a hotel - what about guests who were staying for the long Labor Day weekend?
- That program is expected to replace the current free-room-night reward when guests stay nine nights.
- Weekends, she says, are mostly booked by guests staying in the hotel and the regular clientele tend to have their appointments during the week.
3(non-member)invitado masculineinvitada femininebefore noun guest night — velada en que los socios de un club pueden llevar invitados
- guest speaker — conferenciante invitada
4Television Radioinvitado masculineinvitada feminineguest artist — artista invitada feminine
- He seems to be a regular guest on some BBC radio programmes on environmental matters, so he is not an ivory tower scribbler.
- The other two guests on the program were a famous crosstalk comedian, and a urologist.
- Radio and television talk shows remain popular as guests and listeners continue the search for success.
- It also offers an easily accessible interview facility for radio and television guests.
- Now sex workers regularly appear on television programs as guests and meet with government ministers.
- He's a regular guest on many different talk shows in the US.
- He recently completed a 60-date UK stage tour, and is a regular guest on radio and television.
- She has appeared as a military consultant for NBC and CNN and as a guest on several television programs.
- You are the guest of an Asian presenter on a multi-cultural radio programme.
- As a broadcaster, he also gets books signed by his radio guests when he can.
- You also can hear him as a guest on Sporting News Radio.
- His books and films earned him a following among naive romantics, and he became a guest on national television shows.
- It has a superficial historical accuracy, but the characters talk like daytime television guests rather than major political figures.
- There will be plenty of live guests on the programme, with lively opinions on offer.
- He can even be heard regularly on the radio airwaves as a guest.
- The other night on your radio program, your guest noted that you perform a very important public service by disseminating information of this type.
- It was the most uncivil exchange I've ever heard on a talk radio show between a host and a regular guest.
- The radio studios will be able to accommodate three guests at a time and up to four studios can broadcast to the UK simultaneously.
- 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.
- He admits that he enjoys analysing India's cricket performance with regular guests on the programme.
1aparecer como invitadoI've been invited to guest on his show — voy a aparecer como invitado en su show
- He has guested on records by Sting, George Michael and Carmel and played with jazz greats like Dizzy Gillespie, Gil Evans, Clark Terry and Quincy Jones.
- 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.
- Donnie was guesting in one of my Wilderness Walks television programmes and despite the fact he had performed a song called Nightfall on Marsco he had never actually climbed the hill.
- By 1988 she was guesting on national television's New Year's Eve national lottery, run by the Finanza, the same tax authorities that last week put her in handcuffs.
- We wonder if everyone who guested on that album will be claiming they won the Grammy…
- Maz Murray is an excellent female vocalist who guests on the show.
- Not too long ago I played some of this for a friend, who was interested when he saw that Liz Fraser of the Cocteau Twins guested on one or two tracks.
- Norah Jones, guesting in her unknown, pre-Grammy days, drops by to croon I Walk the Line and a soporific Tennessee Waltz.
- Back in 1999 they were signed to Virgin and label-mates Gomez guested on their album.
- A fan since the age of 14, he finally met Dave Brock in 2003 after inviting him to guest on his LBC radio show.
- I knew that their frontman Mau had guested on Cuba's album, but could find no further information.
- 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.
- Peter Cook was invited to guest on the programme on the strength of the notorious Derek and Clive recordings, which shared with punk a kind of adolescent, deliberately puerile nihilism.
- If all goes well, I'll be guesting on Radio Ulster's Seven Days round table on Sunday chewing the fat over the coming election on both sides of the water!
- Mac is also a helluva nice guy as I found out when he and I guested on Paul Harris's radio show last year in Vegas - and he's clever, too.
- John had guested on the hit Lola and hung on until a surprise second coming in 1975 when the album Soap Opera and the single Everyone's a Star rekindled their earlier American success.
- His first break came when he guested on the popular Radio Eireann programme ‘Ceili House’ many years ago.
- An American talk show host, guesting on the BBC, is arguing with a caller.
- And flying by the seat of his pants by guesting with a band with which he had never played, Ben Hazelton, a bassist of some considerable excellence, provided cover for the bass chair.
- This week I was supposed to be guesting on the blog of some friends, as well as replying to a growing pile of e-mails, paying bills and other.
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