|(about parasitic fungi) moving from host to host during development (Biology), living on different hosts||heteroecious|
|acceptance, act of receiving; event in which guests are formally welcomed by their host; check-in, reception desk, catching of forward pass, conversion of electronic signals, formal party, place where visitors are received, quality of signal, reception...||reception|
|acquire something, admit somebody, be hurt by something, bear something, catch something, convert electronic signals, entertain visitors, get something, accept; absorb, take in; host, accommodate, greet guests, hear and acknowledge something, learn inf...||receive|
|act as a master of ceremonies; introduce television acts or cabarets or other performances, act as compere, host, person that introduces television acts or cabarets or other performances||compere|
|adjust, adjust focus, allow for something, have room for somebody or something, host guests; provide lodging; adapt oneself; give, bestow, lend somebody money, oblige somebody, provide lodging for somebody, reach agreement||accommodate|
|afternoon meal; light meal, snack, afternoon tea, eat an afternoon meal; eat a light meal, have a snack; host guests for an afternoon meal, eat lunch, food eaten at midday, midday meal||lunch|
|amuse or interest, consider, amuse; host; hold or maintain in the mind (i.e. a feeling), offer hospitality||entertain|
|amusing occasion, expense-paid trip, have expense-paid trip, hold party, pleasure trip, excursion, picnic, outing; sweetened curdled milk (eaten as a dessert); official trip paid for by the government, set milk dessert, take a pleasure trip; host a pic...||junket|
|arise, at hand, be host of program, be in appointed place, bring charge, current time, now; tense expressing the current time (Grammar), currently happening, current-time verb, current-time verb tense, display, demonstrate; bestow, grant, give; offer, ...||present|
|attend celebratory meal, banquet, huge meal, exceptionally delicious meal; something unusually pleasurable; holiday, religious festival, eat plentifully; host a banquet; participate in banquet, enjoy eating, large meal, provide feast for, religious cel...||feast|
|bestow; deliver; donate; produce; be convinced, weaken, yield; do, provide, host (a party, etc.), cause somebody to believe something, communicate something, concede something, convey something, devote something, elasticity, flexibility, ability to yie...||give|
|Christopher "Kit" Carson (1809-1868), American frontiersman and guide, Union general in the Civil War; Johnny Carson (born 1925), American comedian and TV host; male first name; family name||Carson|
|container for consecrated bread, ostensorium, ostensory, sacred vessels for the consecrated Host (Catholicism)||monstrance|
|container for holy bread and wine, evangelical place of worship, human body, Jewish Temple, large place of worship; portable sanctuary carried by the Jews during the Exodus; box containing the consecrated wine and host for the Eucharist, niche for icon...||tabernacle|
|dispersed by animals, living as an external parasite, living upon the body of its host (Biology), living on the exterior of animal||epizoic|
|entertain somebody, feast, give somebody plenty to eat and drink, make happy, please, delight; entertain with a feast, host at a party||regale|
|external parasite, parasite which lives upon the body of its host, ectozoon (Biology)||epizoon|
|formal host||master of ceremonies|
|host a party in honor of, celebration; banquet, feast; holiday||fete|
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