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a host (Internet) a provider (Internet)
to host: to entertain, to have guests, to receive guests; to provide a space for an event
to host (a performance): to present, to introduce (a performance)
UK: Our city would like to host the next Winter Olympics.
US: It's hard work being the host at a party. I prefer to be a guest.
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- "I'll be hosting the event in the Delavigne cafeteria with nothing but earplugs and a bottle of strong Scotch to kill the pain."
- "Over there is the hostess, Gloria Mouthwash."
- "I am of course your host, Bruno Delavigne, and I have a very soothing voice."
- "Lotsa Medals : This year, Vancouver, British Columbia has the honor of hosting the Olympics."
- "You are cordially invited to my grand opening, which will be filled with art, snacks, and for the first time at any event that I've hosted, no strippers."
- "Host : Pigeons don't go 'woo-woo', they go 'cooh-cooh'!"
- "Host : 'Woo-woo'?"
- "Before we go any further though, let me introduce my co-host."
- "Since you're always hosting me in your fancy San Francisco offices, I think it's my turn to return the favor, so I'd like to extend a formal invitation to my new ranch in Crawford, Texas."
- "Host : That sounds boring, but go ahead."
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