Translation: from english

tʃɪnʌɪ

  • 1 invitation

    invitation [ˏɪnvɪˊteɪʃn] n
    1) приглаше́ние (to — на);

    admission by invitation only вход то́лько по пригласи́тельным биле́там

    ;

    to send out invitations рассыла́ть приглаше́ния

    2) attr. пригласи́тельный;

    invitation card пригласи́тельный биле́т

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > invitation

  • 2 invitational

    invitational [ˏɪnvɪˊteɪʃnǝl] a
    пригласи́тельный

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > invitational

  • 3 invitation

    [͵ınvıʹteıʃ(ə)n] n
    1. приглашение

    invitation card /ticket/ - пригласительный билет

    a letter of invitation, a written invitation - письменное приглашение

    an invitation to dinner - приглашение к обеду /на обед/

    at the invitation of smb. - по чьему-л. приглашению

    2. заманивание, завлекание

    smth. full of invitation - что-л. манящее /привлекательное/

    3. рел. приглашение к исповеди
    4. стимул, поощрение, побуждение

    НБАРС > invitation

  • 4 invitation

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > invitation

  • 5 invitation

    [ˏɪnvɪ`teɪʃ(ə)n]
    приглашение
    стимул, побуждение

    Англо-русский большой универсальный переводческий словарь > invitation

  • 6 invitational

    [ˏɪnvɪ`teɪʃənl]
    пригласительный

    Англо-русский большой универсальный переводческий словарь > invitational

  • 7 invitation

    [in·vi·ta·tion || ‚ɪnvɪ'teɪʃn]
    n. הזמנה; הזמנה בכתב; משיכה, פיתוי; פרובוקציה
    * * *
    היצקובורפ ;יותיפ,הכישמ ;בתכב הנמזה ;הנמזה

    English-Hebrew dictionary > invitation

  • 8 invitation

    1) (a (written) request to come or go somewhere: Have you received an invitation to their party?; We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.) invitación
    2) (the act of inviting: He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.) invitación
    invitation n invitación
    tr[ɪnvɪ'teɪʃən]
    1 invitación nombre femenino
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    by invitation only entrada por invitación
    invitation [.ɪnvə'teɪʃən] n
    : invitación f
    n.
    convite s.m.
    envite s.m.
    invitación s.f.
    membrete s.m.
    'ɪnvə'teɪʃən, ˌɪnvɪ'teɪʃən
    a) c u ( act of inviting) invitación f

    to accept/decline an invitation — aceptar/no aceptar una invitación

    at the invitation of — invitado por, por invitación de

    b) c (letter, card) invitación f
    c) c ( encouragement - to something bad) incitación f; (- to something good) invitación f
    [ˌɪnvɪ'teɪʃǝn]
    1.

    an invitation to dinner, a dinner invitation — una invitación para cenar

    2.
    CPD

    invitation card Ntarjeta f de invitación

    * * *
    ['ɪnvə'teɪʃən, ˌɪnvɪ'teɪʃən]
    a) c u ( act of inviting) invitación f

    to accept/decline an invitation — aceptar/no aceptar una invitación

    at the invitation of — invitado por, por invitación de

    b) c (letter, card) invitación f
    c) c ( encouragement - to something bad) incitación f; (- to something good) invitación f

    English-spanish dictionary > invitation

  • 9 invitational

    [ˌɪnvɪ'teɪʃǝnl]
    ADJ (Sport) [event, tournament] invitacional (en el que solo participan deportistas invitados)

    English-spanish dictionary > invitational

  • 10 invitation

    [invi'teiʃən]
    1) (a (written) request to come or go somewhere: Have you received an invitation to their party?; We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.) invitation; indbydelse
    2) (the act of inviting: He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.) invitation; indbydelse
    * * *
    [invi'teiʃən]
    1) (a (written) request to come or go somewhere: Have you received an invitation to their party?; We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.) invitation; indbydelse
    2) (the act of inviting: He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.) invitation; indbydelse

    English-Danish dictionary > invitation

  • 11 invitation

    [invi'teiʃən]
    1) (a (written) request to come or go somewhere: Have you received an invitation to their party?; We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.) boð
    2) (the act of inviting: He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.) boð

    English-Icelandic dictionary > invitation

  • 12 invitation

    [invi'teiʃən]
    1) (a (written) request to come or go somewhere: Have you received an invitation to their party?; We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.) meghívás
    2) (the act of inviting: He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.) felkérés

    English-Hungarian dictionary > invitation

  • 13 invitation

    invitation in∙vi∙ta∙tion noun 1. invitation (to sth / to do sth) a spoken or written request to sb to do sth or to go somewhere • (口头或书面的)邀请:
    »to issue / extend an invitation
    发出/致送邀请
    »to accept / turn down / decline an invitation
    接受/拒绝/婉拒邀请
    »an invitation to the party
    »I have an open invitation (= not restricted to a particular date) to visit my friend in Japan.
    我在日本的朋友邀请我随时去看他。
    2. [U] the act of inviting sb or of being invited • 邀请;获得邀请:
    »A concert was held at the invitation of the mayor.
    在市长的邀请下举办了一场音乐会。
    »Admission is by invitation only.
    凭请柬入场。
    3. a card or piece of paper that you use to invite sb to sth • 请柬;请帖:
    »Have you ordered the wedding invitations yet?
    你订制婚礼请帖了吗?
    4. [sing.] invitation to sb (to do sth) | invitation to sth something that encourages sb to do sth, usually sth bad • 鼓励;(尤指)怂恿,招致:
    »Leaving the doors unlocked is an open invitation to burglars.
    出门不上锁无异于开门揖盗。
    * * *
    [ˏinvi'teiʃәn]
    n. 邀請, 招待

    English-Chinese dictionary > invitation

  • 14 invitational

    invitational in∙vi∙ta∙tion∙al noun • ( especially NAmE) (often used in names 常用于名称) a sports event that you can take part in only if you are invited • 邀请赛 in∙vi∙ta∙tion∙al adj.
    * * *
    [ˏinvi'teiʃɚnәl]
    adj. (限於被)邀請的, 慫恿

    English-Chinese dictionary > invitational

  • 15 open

    open open adj. ›› NOT CLOSED 开着 1. allowing things or people to go through • 开放的;敞开的:
    »A wasp flew in the open window.
    一只黄蜂飞进了开着的窗子。
    »She had left the door wide open.
    她把房门敞开着。
    【OPP】 closed 2. (of sbˈs eyes, mouth, etc. 人的眼睛、嘴等) with eyelids or lips apart • 张开的;张着的:
    »She had difficulty keeping her eyes open (= because she was very tired).
    她连睁开眼睛的力气都没有了。
    »He was breathing through his open mouth.
    他张着嘴呼吸。
    【OPP】 closed 3. spread out; with the edges apart • 展开;开放:
    »The flowers are all open now.
    花现在都开了。
    »The book lay open on the table.
    书摊开在桌子上。
    【OPP】 closed 4. not blocked by anything • 畅通的:
    »The pass is kept open all the year.
    通道一年到头畅通无阻。
    【OPP】 closed ›› NOT FASTENED 未系着 5. not fastened or covered, so that things can easily come out or be put in • 敞口的;未封的:
    »Leave the envelope open.
    别封上信封。
    »The bag burst open and everything fell out.
    袋子爆开了,里边的东西都散落出来。
    6. (of clothes 衣服) not fastened • 没扣上的;敞开的:
    »Her coat was open.
    她的外衣敞着。
    ›› NOT ENCLOSED 未围着 7. not surrounded by anything; not confined • 开阔的;未围上的:
    »open country (= without forests, buildings, etc.)
    »a city with a lot of parks and open spaces
    »driving along the open road (= part of a road in the country, where you can drive fast)
    ›› NOT COVERED 敞开 8. with no cover or roof on • 敞开的;露天的;裸露的:
    »an open drain
    »people working in the open air (= not in a building)
    »The hall of the old house was open to the sky.
    旧房子的门厅是露天的。
    »an open wound (= with no skin covering it)
    ›› FOR CUSTOMERS / VISITORS 对宾客 9. [not usually before noun] if a shop / store, bank, business, etc. is open, it is ready for business and will admit customers or visitors • 开放;营业:
    »Is the museum open on Sundays?
    博物馆每星期天都开放吗?
    »The new store will be open in the spring.
    新商店将在春天开业。
    »The house had been thrown open to the public.
    这所宅院已向公众开放。
    »I declare this festival open.
    我宣布庆祝活动开始。
    【OPP】 closed ›› OF COMPETITION / BUILDING 比赛;建筑物 10. if a competition, etc. is open, anyone can enter it • 对大众开放的;公开的;人人可以参加的 【SYN】 public:
    »an open debate / championship / scholarship
    公开的辩论会;人人可以参加的锦标赛;人人均可申请的奖学金
    »She was tried in open court (= the public could go and listen to the trial).
    她被公开审判。
    »The debate was thrown open to the audience.
    辩论会对听众开放。
    11. [not before noun] open to sb if a competition, building, etc. is open to particular people, those people can enter it • (比赛、建筑物等)对特定群体开放:
    »The competition is open to young people under the age of 18.
    这项比赛让 18 岁以下的青少年参加。
    »The house is not open to the public.
    这所住宅不对外开放。
    【OPP】 closed ›› AVAILABLE 备有 12. [not before noun] open (to sb) to be available and ready to use • 可得到;可使用:
    »What options are open to us?
    我们有什么选择?
    »Is the offer still open?
    这个报价还有效吗?
    »I want to keep my Swiss bank account open.
    我想保留我的瑞士银行账户。
    【OPP】 closed ›› NOT PROTECTED 无防范 13. open (to sth) likely to suffer sth such as criticism, injury, etc. • 易受损害;脆弱 【SYN】 vulnerable:
    »The system is open to abuse.
    这项制度容易被滥用。
    »He has laid himself wide open to political attack.
    他在政治上已经处于极易受到攻击的境地。
    ›› NOT HIDDEN 不隐匿 14. known to everyone; not kept hidden • 人人皆知的;不保密的;公开的:
    »an open quarrel
    »open government
    »their open display of affection
    »His eyes showed open admiration as he looked at her.
    他看她的时候,眼神里明显流露着敬佩之情。
    ›› PERSONˈS CHARACTER 性格 15. honest; not keeping thoughts and feelings hidden • 诚恳;坦诚;直率 【SYN】 frank:
    »She was always open with her parents.
    她总是与父母无话不谈。
    »He was quite open about his reasons for leaving.
    他对离开的原因完全未加隐瞒。
    --› note at honest 16. open to sth (of a person 人) willing to listen to and think about new ideas • 思想开明的;不固执己见的:
    »Iˈm open to suggestions for what you would like to do in our classes.
    我很乐意听听你们对课堂活动的建议。
    ›› NOT YET DECIDED 待定 17. open (to sth) not yet finally decided or settled • 未决定的;待决定的:
    »The race is still wide open (= anyone could win).
    赛跑胜负未定。
    »The price is not open to negotiation.
    价格不容商议。
    »Some phrases in the contract are open to interpretation.
    合同中的某些条文容有不同诠释。
    »Which route is better remains an open question (= it is not decided).
    哪条路线较好尚待决定。
    »In an interview try to ask open questions (= to which the answer is not just ˈyesˈ or ˈnoˈ).
    主持面试时要尽量问一些讨论性的问题。
    ›› CLOTH 织物 18. with wide spaces between the threads • 稀疏的;不密的:
    »an open weave
    ›› PHONETICS 语音学 19. (also low) (of a vowel 元音) produced by opening the mouth wide
    --› compare close ² adj. (16) • 开的;开口的;低的 【IDIOMS】 be an ˌopen ˈsecret • if sth is an open secret, many people know about it, although it is supposed to be a secret • 是公开的秘密 have / keep an ˌopen ˈmind (about / on sth) • to be willing to listen to or accept new ideas or suggestions • 愿意聆听(或接受)意见;(对…)不怀成见;思想开明 keep your ˈears / ˈeyes open (for sth) • to be quick to notice or hear things • (对…)保持警觉;注意;留心 an ˌopen ˈbook • if you describe sb or their life as an open book, you mean that you can easily understand them and know everything about them • 容易被了解的人;坦率的人 an ˌopen inviˈtation (to sb) 1. an invitation to sb to visit you at any time • (给…)随时可以来访的邀请 2. if sth is an open invitation to criminals, etc., it encourages them to commit a crime by making it easier • 容易引诱人犯罪的行为:
    »Leaving your camera on the seat in the car is an open invitation to thieves.
    把摄像机留在汽车座位上无异于开门揖盗。
    with ˌopen ˈarms • if you welcome sb with open arms, you are extremely happy and pleased to see them • 热烈地;热情地;诚挚地 --› more at burst v., door, eye n., market n., option verb ›› DOOR / WINDOW / LID 门窗;盖子 1. [VN] to move a door, window, lid, etc. so that it is no longer closed • 开;打开;开启:
    »Mr Chen opened the car door for his wife.
    陈先生为妻子打开车门。
    【OPP】 close 2. [V] to move or be moved so that it is no longer closed • 打开;(使)开:
    »The door opened and Alan walked in.
    门开了,艾伦走了进去。
    【OPP】 close ›› CONTAINER / PACKAGE 容器;包 3. [VN] to remove the lid, undo the fastening, etc. of a container, etc. in order to see or get what is inside • 打开,开启(瓶盖、封口等):
    »Shall I open another bottle?
    要不要我再开一瓶?
    »He opened the letter and read it.
    他拆开信读起来。
    ›› EYES 眼睛 4. [VN V] if you open your eyes or your eyes open, you move your eyelids upwards so that you can see • 睁开 【OPP】 close ›› MOUTH 嘴 5. if you open your mouth or your mouth opens, you move your lips, for example in order to speak • 张开 ▪ [VN]
    »He hardly ever opens his mouth (= speaks).
    他几乎从不开口。
    ▪ [also V] ›› BOOK 书籍 6. [VN] to turn the cover or the pages of a book so that it is no longer closed • 打开;翻开:
    »Open your books at page 25.
    把书翻到第 25 页。
    【OPP】 close ›› SPREAD OUT 展开 7. to spread out or unfold ; to spread sth out or unfold it • 展开;打开: ▪ [V]
    »What if the parachute doesnˈt open?
    降落伞打不开怎么办?
    »The flowers are starting to open.
    花开始绽放了。
    ▪ [VN]
    »Open the map on the table.
    把地图摊在桌子上。
    »He opened his arms wide to embrace her.
    他张开双臂拥抱她。
    ›› BORDER / ROAD 边界;道路 8. [VN] to make it possible for people, cars, goods, etc. to pass through a place • 让(行人、车辆、货物等)通行;开放:
    »When did the country open its borders?
    这个国家是何时开放边界的?
    »The road will be opened again in a few hours after police have cleared it.
    待警察清理完以后,道路在几小时内就会重新开放。
    【OPP】 close ›› FOR CUSTOMERS / VISITORS 对宾客 9. (of a shop / store, business, etc. 商店、企业等) to start business for the day; to start business for the first time • 开始营业;开业;开门: ▪ [V]
    »What time does the bank open?
    这家银行什么时候开门?
    ▪ [VN]
    »The company opened its doors for business a month ago.
    该公司一个月前开业。
    【OPP】 close 10. [V] to be ready for people to go to • 准备接待:
    »The new hospital opens on July 1st.
    这家新医院七月一日开诊。
    »When does the play open?
    这个剧什么时候上演?
    【OPP】 close ›› START STH 开始某事 11. [VN] open sth (with sth) to start an activity or event • 着手;开始:
    »You need just one pound to open a bank account with us.
    你只需一英镑就可在我行开立一个账户。
    »The police have opened an investigation into the death.
    警察已开始对这桩命案进行调查。
    »They will open the new season with a performance of ˈCarmenˈ.
    他们将以上演《卡门》来展开新的戏剧季。
    »Troops opened fire on (= started shooting) the crowds.
    军队向人群开火了。
    --› note at start 12. [V] open (with sth) (of a story, film / movie, etc. 故事、电影等) to start in a particular way • 以…开篇;以…开头:
    »The story opens with a murder.
    这个故事以谋杀案开始。
    ›› WITH CEREMONY 以仪式 13. [VN] to perform a ceremony showing that a building can start being used • 为(建筑物)揭幕;宣布启用:
    »The bridge was opened by the Queen.
    女王为大桥开通揭幕。
    ›› COMPUTING 计算机技术 14. [VN V] to start a computer program or file so that you can use it on the screen • 启动,打开(计算机程序或文件) open ˈdoors for sb • to provide opportunities for sb to do sth and be successful • 为…敞开大门;提供良机 open your / sbˈs ˈeyes (to sth) • to realize or make sb realize the truth about sth • (使人)长见识(或开眼界、认清事实):
    »Travelling really opens your eyes to other cultures.
    旅游真正能使人开阔眼界,认识其他文化。
    open your / sbˈs mind to sth • to become or make sb aware of new ideas or experiences • (使人)思想开阔,意识到某事 open the way for sb / sth (to do sth) • to make it possible for sb to do sth or for sth to happen • 开方便之门 --› more at heart, heaven 【PHR V】 ˈopen into / onto sth • to lead to another room, area or place • 通向,通往(他处) ˌopen ˈout • to become bigger or wider • 变大;变宽:
    »The street opened out into a small square.
    街道豁然变宽,成为一个小广场。
    ˌopen ˈout (to sb) • to become less shy and more willing to communicate • 不再害羞;大方起来 ˌopen ˈup 1. to talk about what you feel and think • 直抒胸臆;畅所欲言:
    »It helps to discuss your problems but I find it hard to open up.
    与人谈谈自己面临的问题固然有益,但我觉得有些话很难说得出口。
    2. to begin shooting • 开火:
    »Anti-aircraft guns opened up.
    高射炮开始射击。
    3. (often used in orders 常用于命令) to open a door, container, etc. • 打开(门、容器等):
    »Open up or weˈll break the door down!
    开门!不然就砸门了!
    ˌopen sth∽ˈup | ˌopen ˈup 1. to become or make sth possible, available or able to be reached • (使某事物)成为可能,可得到,可达到:
    »The railway opened up the east of the country.
    铁路使这个国家的东部不再闭塞。
    »Exciting possibilities were opening up for her in the new job.
    新工作为她带来了令人兴奋的发展前途。
    2. to begin business for the day; to start a new business • 开门;营业;开业:
    »I open up the store for the day at around 8.30.
    我的店每天早上大约 8:30 开门。
    【OPP】 close up 3. to start a new business • 开张;开业:
    »Thereˈs a new Thai restaurant opening up in town.
    城里有一家新的泰国餐馆开张了。
    【OPP】 close down 4. to develop or start to happen or exist; to develop or start sth • 发展;开始发生;出现:
    »A division has opened up between the two ministers over the issue.
    两位部长在这个问题上出现了分歧。
    »Scott opened up a 3-point lead in the first game.
    斯科特在第一局就以 3 分领先。
    5. to appear and become wider; to make sth wider when it is narrow or closed • 张开;裂开;拓展;打开:
    »The wound opened up and started bleeding.
    伤口裂开,开始流血。
    »The operation will open up the blocked passages around his heart.
    手术将把他心脏周围被堵塞的通道打开。
    【OPP】 close up ˌopen sth∽ˈup • to make sth open that is shut, locked, etc. • 打开;翻开:
    »She laid the book flat and opened it up.
    她把书放平翻开。
    noun the open [sing.] ›› OUTDOORS 户外 1. outdoors; the countryside • 户外;野外;旷野:
    »Children need to play out in the open.
    孩子需要在户外玩耍。
    ›› NOT HIDDEN 不隐匿 2. not hidden or secret • 公开;非秘密:
    »Government officials do not want these comments in the open.
    政府官员不想公开这些评论。
    »They intend to bring their complaints out into the open.
    他们想把心中的种种不满公开讲出来。
    * * *
    ['әupәn]
    n. 公開, 戶外, 空曠
    adj. 開著的, 敞開的, (車等)無篷的, 開闊的, 營業著的, 公開的, 坦率的, 未決定的
    vt. 打開, 公開, 開放
    vi. 展開, 開始, 展現

    English-Chinese dictionary > open

  • 16 invitation

    [invi'teiʃən]
    1) (a (written) request to come or go somewhere: Have you received an invitation to their party?; We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.) convite
    2) (the act of inviting: He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.) convite
    * * *
    in.vi.ta.tion
    [invit'eiʃən] n 1 convite. 2 atração, sedução.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > invitation

  • 17 invitation

    {,invi'teiʃn}
    1. покана, възвание
    2. привличане
    * * *
    {,invi'teishn} n 1. покана; възвание; 2. привличане.
    * * *
    привличане; възвание;
    * * *
    1. покана, възвание 2. привличане
    * * *
    invitation[¸invi´teiʃən] n 1. покана; възвание; \invitation to treat икон. покана да се дадат оферти; 2. привличане.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > invitation

  • 18 invitation

    n. davet, çağrı, davetiye
    * * *
    davet
    * * *
    [invi'teiʃən]
    1) (a (written) request to come or go somewhere: Have you received an invitation to their party?; We had to refuse the invitation to the wedding.) davet
    2) (the act of inviting: He attended the committee meeting on the invitation of the chairman.) davet etme

    English-Turkish dictionary > invitation

  • 19 inveigle

    [inví:gl]
    transitive verb
    zapeljati, zvoditi, zmamiti ( into v, k)

    English-Slovenian dictionary > inveigle

  • 20 inveiglement

    [inví:glmənt]
    noun
    zapeljevanje, zvodništvo, zmamljivost

    English-Slovenian dictionary > inveiglement

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