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to invite (someone over to a party): to ask (someone) to come to, to attend (a party)

(Did you get) an invite, an invitation (to Bob's party?): (Have you received) a request to attend (Bob's party?)


  • "He should know when my birthday is, he should comment on the clothes I wear, he should praise me, and invite me to the cinema now and again."
  • "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."
  • "I would like to invite you to stop by my office at your earliest convenience to discuss this matter further, as well as to provide you with some more information regarding our policy on terminating employees (I mean that in the non-Arnold Schwarzenneger way)."
  • "Next time I get married, you won't be invited."
  • "All of you, as well as your life partners, are invited."
  • "My grandmother invites us all for dinner in the countryside."
  • "invite you to share in the joy of the marriage"
  • "tks a lot 4 the invite."
  • "Host : Hello and welcome to Mind Your Business - the quiz show where we invite the best minds of Corporate America to answer questions on absolutely anything!"
  • "Edward : You didn't get invited to the meeting either, did you?"

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