Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Host"

The meaning of "Host" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ​‎​‎I just wanted my host family to do things for me here mean?
A: @jokifreek not sure what “things” you are talking about.
Q: What does hosted mean?
A: [past simple and past participle of host is
'Host/hostess']
[hostess is used for females]

• Someone who has guests:

We thanked our hosts for a very enjoyable evening.
The local language school is advertising for host families (= families people stay with when they are visiting another country).


• To provide the space and other things necessary for a special event:

Which country is hosting the next Olympic Games?

• To be the host of a television or radio programme:

to host a show/programme.
Q: What does Please have host family provide their opinion on drinking. mean?
A: It means that you have to talk with the house's owners to know what drinks you can have or even if you can have drinks or not
Q: What does third-party hosting mean?
A: Third-party: It's someone outside of the original business and client, a 3rd (third) person.
They can provide services which the original business cannot.
Third-party hosting, is a company or individual who runs a server for the original client or business
Q: What does "host" in 1272 mean?
A: A host is an organism that another organism lives in. So in this case, the host is the dead body of a tribble.

When you have a cold, you are the host of the cold virus.

Example sentences using "Host"

Q: Please show me example sentences with host.
A: “I’m hosting the party”
“Always bring a gift for the host
“A good host always does the dishes”
“The host greets us with a smile on her face”
“I am hosting the party at my house”
“She isn’t a very good host, she played on her phone all night”
Q: Please show me example sentences with hosts.
A: Gosta means 'likes', for example, she likes cakes. Never heard an English word gosta.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hosting.
A: Leticia is "hosting" a party this Sunday
Q: Please show me example sentences with host.
A: He will host us in his house.
She will host the party at her office.
They will host the server.
The host will take you to your table.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with host.
A: 1 )Our host was wearing a clown costume.
2 ) So please give a big hand to your host for the evening,
3 )Would you mind playing host ?
4 ) After dinner our host said, "Shall we retire to the drawing room?"
5 ) She thanked the hosts for their hospitality.

Synonyms of "Host" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I never host a party and I’ve never hosted a party ?
A: I never host a party means I will never have a party at my house.
I've never hosted a party means I have no experience of having a party at my house.
Q: What is the difference between host and master ?
A:

* You should show more civility to your host .
* 你應該對主人更有禮貌。

* Many insects use crucifers as hosts .
* 許多昆蟲以十字花科植物為寄主。

* Which country is hosting the games this year ?
* 今年的運動會由哪國主辦?

* Mathematicians can master any difficulty .
* 數學家們能克服任何困難。

* Every man is the master of his own fortune .
* 每個人都是自己命運的主宰。



* She mastered English in less than two years.
* 她只用了不到兩年的時間, 就可以操得一口流利的英文。


* Every profession produces its own topmost master.
* 行行出狀元。

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Q: What is the difference between host and hostess ?
A: a host is a male and a hostess is the female
Q: What is the difference between a host of and many ?
A: many is more common. a host of is just a more literary way to say many.
Q: What is the difference between host and presenter and compere and MC (emcee) ?
A: A host is someone who usually holds an event.

The party was hosted by Julia.

The event was hosted at Mrs. Smith's house.

A presenter is someone who presents something.

She presented the business plan.

The presenter awarded the prize to the winner of the contest.

MC is short for Master of Ceremonies. An MC can be a host or presenter.

Translations of "Host"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say "thank you for having me" to my host family? Is it correct or should I say it in a different way?
A: “Thank you for having me” is perfect!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How are the host family in Canada?
A: How is the host family in Canada?

How are the host families in Canada?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? host
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? host culture
A: Host Culture. it's exactly the same.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? そっか。気にしないで!連絡くれてありがとう!(when the host of the party tell me that the party is cancelled)
A: I see, please don't worry about it. Thank you for letting me know.

(that is not a direct translation)

Other questions about "Host"

Q: What did the host and Jennifer Lawrence say at 1:00 and 3:57 of this talk show clip?
https://youtu.be/T5AdquDjiyE
A: 1. "There are a lot of 'em. I whittled them down somewhat, but..."

The last part is difficult to understand and he may have stopped halfway through a thought or something. It sounds like he's saying "but my publicist- now..."

2. "Could I get into tagging?"

Tagging is a reference to spray paint graffiti, like what they just did.
Q: I'm with my host family for vacation at Tybee Island, GA. does this sound natural?
A: "I am vacationing with my host family at Tybee Island, GA" sounds a little more natural.
Q: I need to coordinate with another host which days he can have me at his place. does this sound natural?
A: Try instead: I need to coordinate with another host to agree on which days I can stay at his place.
Q: I'm going to leave my host family after this month, and I'm going to tell them about it. Could you give me some phrases that can explain I really appreciate what they've done for me. Also, it's been very comfortable staying with them.
A: It sounds like you can do fairly well on your own! But I'll give it a try:
"I'm going to be returning to Japan at the end of this month, and I just wanted to thank you for everything you've done for me. I had so much fun and was able to learn so much. You made my stay here in (America , California , Chicago) so easy and comfortable. I really felt like I was a part of your family. I'll never forget you and I hope you'll remember me as well."
Q: I didn't feel any hot because my host father turned on a big fan in a basement. The big fan produced cool temperature to a whole house. I wanted to say thank you to my host father, but I didn't know how to say. Thanks for turning on a fan,so I didn't feel any hot in this house. Can I say like this?
A: Thanks for turning on a fan so it is not so hot in the house.

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