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US [ɡest]
UK [ɡest]
  • n.客人;宾客;旅客;特邀嘉宾
  • v.做特邀嘉宾;做客串;做特约演员
  • Web来宾;访客;来宾帐户
Simple Present:guests  Present Participle:guesting  Past Tense:guested  
Guest
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n.
1.
客人;宾客a person that you have invited to your house or to a particular event that you are paying for
We have guests staying this weekend.
这周末我家有客人来住。
more than 100 wedding guests
100 多位出席婚礼的宾客
I went to the theatre club as Helen's guest.
海伦请我去戏剧俱乐部看戏了。
He was the guest of honour(= the most important person invited to an event) .
他是贵宾。
Liz was not on the guest list .
利兹不在邀请之列。
2.
旅客;房客a person who is staying at a hotel, etc.
We have accommodation for 500 guests.
我们有可供 500 位客人住宿的房间。
a paying guest(= a person who is living in a private house, but paying as if they were in a hotel)
寄宿客(付费住在私人家中的人)
Guests should vacate their rooms by 10.30 a.m.
旅客应在上午 10:30 以前腾出房间。
3.
特别嘉宾;客串演员a famous person or performer who takes part in a television show or concert
a guest artist/star/singer
特约艺人╱明星╱歌手
Our special guest tonight is…
今晚我们的特别嘉宾是…
He made a guest appearance on the show.
他在这个节目里客串出场。
4.
特邀嘉宾a person who is invited to a particular place or organization, or to speak at a meeting
The scientists are here as guests of our government.
出席的科学家是我国政府的贵宾。
a guest speaker
特邀演讲人
IDM
‘Do you mind if I use the phone?’ ‘Be my guest.’
“可以用一下电话吗?”“请便。”
be my guest
(informal)
请便;随便used to give sb permission to do sth that they have asked to do
‘Do you mind if I use the phone?’ ‘Be my guest.’
“可以用一下电话吗?”“请便。”
v.
1.
[i]
~ (on sth)
做特邀嘉宾;做客串;做特约演员to take part in a television or radio show, a concert, a game, etc. as a visiting or temporary performer or player
She guested on several chat shows while visiting Britain.
她访问英国时做过几个访谈节目的特邀嘉宾。

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