guest house definition, guest house meaning | English dictionary




1    a person who is entertained, taken out to eat, etc., and paid for by another  
a    a person who receives hospitality at the home of another  
a weekend guest     
b    (as modifier)  
the guest room     
a    a person who receives the hospitality of a government, establishment, or organization  
b    (as modifier)  
a guest speaker     
a    an actor, contestant, entertainer, etc., taking part as a visitor in a programme in which there are also regular participants  
b    (as modifier)  
a guest appearance     
5    a patron of a hotel, boarding house, restaurant, etc.  
6      (Zoology)      a nontechnical name for       inquiline  
7    be my guest  
Informal   do as you like  
8    intr   (in theatre and broadcasting) to be a guest  
to guest on a show     
     (Old English giest guest, stranger, enemy; related to Old Norse gestr, Gothic gasts, Old High German gast, Old Slavonic gosti, Latin hostis enemy)  

guest beer  
      n   a draught beer stocked by a bar, often for a limited period, in addition to its usual range  
guest rope  
      n     (Nautical)   any line sent or trailed over the side of a vessel as a convenience for boats drawing alongside, as an aid in warping or towing, etc.  
house guest  
      n   a guest at a house, esp. one who stays for a comparatively long time  
paying guest  
      n      a euphemism for       lodger     (Abbrev.)    PG  
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International House Of Pancakes
act of covering an object, such as a tree, house, or another structure with toilet paper
Syn.: TP'ing
A pipe that carries water and pollutants after being used in houses and businesses.
dans la maison du forgeron, la broche est en bois
ce proverbe met en exergue le fait que l'on néglige de faire pour soi_même, ce que l'on fait pour les autres
ce qu'on apprend au berceau, demeure jusqu'au tombeau
des amis, ayez en jusque dans la maison du diable
à l'entrée de la ville sont les premières maisons
farine fraîche et pain chaud font la ruine de la maison
expression meaning that one should not criticize someone else for a mistake that he/she also makes or a flaw that he/she also has
ceux qui habitent des maisons de verre ne doivent pas se servir de projectiles
ceux qui habitent des maisons de verre ne doivent pas se servir de projectiles
celui dont la maison est de verre doit se garder de jeter des pierres aux autres
fumée, pluie et femme sans raison chassent l'homme de la maison
balaie la maison de tes amis, et ne frappe pas à la porte de tes ennemis
Alençon, petite ville, grand renom, habit de velours et ventre de son, plus de cocus que de maisons
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