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

The meaning of "Party" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does party pooper mean?
A: It can mean to be serious or ruin the mood in a fun situation.
Q: What does let's set this party off right . en français mean?
A: It means to start the party with a lot of energy and enthusiasm, and usually some hard liquor.
Q: What does party mean?
A: Party -> a group of 3 or more people.
Q: What does have a third party produce the spare parts for sale mean?
A: @jackwutang: Have someone else (besides yourself and the other person you are working with) provide/get the extra parts and sell them
Q: What does you know, how I get at parties. mean?
A: ^^ I agree with the above answer. It probably means "you know how I become at parties". He probably becomes (/gets) rowdy or wild or something like that. (Need more context to answer more accurately).

Example sentences using "Party"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 'third party'.
A: My wife and I were having a very long, angry argument, so we asked our neighbor to be a third party to help us resolve our differences.
Q: Please show me example sentences with party pooper.
A: The cops came to shut down the party. They're such party poopers.

She complained the entire time she was at the party. What a party pooper!
Q: Please show me example sentences with "you come to my party us fun in the home on today".
A: Come to my house party today. It will be fun.
Q: Please show me example sentences with party pooper.
A: "he/she is such a party pooper"
Q: Please show me example sentences with party foul .
A: Stabbing someone is a party foul.

Don't call the cops, that's (committing) a party foul!

Stop it with the party fouls, man, you've stabbed someone, called the cops, and now you're drinking all the beer!

Guys, don't invite John over again: He stabs, calls the cops, and drinks the beer! I'd even go so far as to say that John IS a party foul.

Synonyms of "Party" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between She said she would not go to the party, provided you apologize and She said she would not go to the party, provided you don't apologize ?
A: Either could be right, but the second one sounds like a strange situation.

It's saying she does not want to hear an apology but if she does, she's going to go to the party.

Usually people WANT to hear apologies, but maybe she is tired of hearing the same apology over and over and doesn't believe you anymore.

The double-negative in the second sentence makes my brain hurt.
Q: What is the difference between are you coming to his party? and are you going to his party? ?
A: @tjstkdn If you are planning to go to the party but are currently not there then you would say "I am going to the party" but if they are asking if you will be there and they are not there they will ask you "Are you going to the party" but if they are at the party and you are not and they want ask you they will say "Are you coming to the party?" Or if they want you to be there or suggest that you go to the party they might say "You should come to the party"
Q: What is the difference between throw a party and have a party and hold a party ?
A: They all mean the same thing, but 'hold' is a little more formal, whereas 'throw' and 'have' are more casual.
Q: What is the difference between The party continued well into the night and The party continued far into the night and The party continued long into the night and The party continued late into the night ?
A: There is not really any difference at all. All of these phrases mean the same thing, and any of them can be used.
Q: What is the difference between party and shindig ?
A: Both words refer to a social gathering for celebration. The word shindig is more informal, probably more common in the south or southwest United States. Also, a party may be sedate - a formal dinner party - but a shindig implies a wild, noisy quality.

Translations of "Party"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? we didn't go to the party.
1. we weren't invited.
2. we hadn't been invited.

Are they both 1 and 2 correct?? Do they make any difference?
A: They are both fine. #1 doesn't tell you anything about the timing, #2 tells you that, at the time in the past when the party was happening, you had not already received an invitation. #2 sounds a little more precise and formal, that's all.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? — - if you go to the party, don't spoil your Uncle's evening with a long face" is the idiom “long face” used nowadays in the UK? thanks!
A: Yeah it is used a lot
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? let's say you're at a party. You saw two of your friends seem to get interested in each other. If you wanna say that you kinda noticed what's going on. What can you say in this situation?
A: @jai5605 When they're actively getting on well? You could say something like, "Aww, look at the little lovebirds!" You'd probably come off as a dick, though.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? party in plural
A: Parties :) Such as, "I have a few parties to go to today."
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "a party after any events and meetings"
A: "Wrap up party" is usually used for film crews/actors after the completion of film production.

"Post-(something) party" or "after party" might be used. Or, "the party after the (something)" is ok too.

Other questions about "Party"

Q: I'm attending the party that is hosted by this company this weekend. Does this sound natural?
A: You can also say I'm attending the party that is hosted by the company this weekend
I'm attending this party that is hosted by the company this weekend
It all depends on the conversation and how it should be uses
Q: there's a party tomorrow
i guess the party is planed tomorrow
then it should be future tense i guess..
why the present tense has used in the sentence?
A: Because the party had already been planned(past). But the party 'will be held' tomorrow(future).
Q: If you are a party of two, does this mean that the gratuity will not be added so you add it yourself or that the gratuity is not to be added?
A:

Not all states are like that. Oregon is a state that requires wait staff to be paid minimum wage and they still get tips on top of that.

I thought more states required that the wait staff get paid at least minimum wage. Looks like that's mostly a west coast thing.
Q: I'm too exhausted for having a party. Does this sound natural?
A: oh sorry then , say im too exhausted "to go to a party" or im too exhausted "to have a party"
Q: You go for all parties every night Does this sound natural?
A: You go to all the party's every night

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