(=person giving hospitality) hôte m
→ Apart from my host, I didn't know a single person.
Don't forget to write and thank your hosts. N'oublie pas d'écrire à tes hôtes pour les remercier.
(at official function)
to be host of sth, to play host to sth [+event] accueillir qch
→ Barcelona was chosen to be host of the 1992 Olympic games.
[+TV or radio show] présentateur (-trice) m/f , animateur (-trice) m/f
→ Our host tonight is Jane Porter.
a host of une foule de
a whole host of problems tout un tas de problèmes
→ We visited a whole host of places between Wick and Thurso.
the host l'hostie f
(COMPUTING) serveur m hôte
[+TV or radio programme] présenter, animer
→ He has been hosting the show for two years.
[+event] accueillir, recevoir
→ Manchester's bid to host the Olympics
hosted by sb
[event] organisé (e) par qn
→ He attended a private lunch hosted by the Prime Minister.
(COMPUTING) vt faire office de serveur pour
game show host
n (on TV)
animateur (-trice) m/f de jeux télévisés , (on radio)
animateur (-trice) m/f de jeux radiophoniques
→ Being a good game show host means getting to know your contestants.
n ordinateur m hôte
→ You can use FTP to get files from a host computer, and use other programs (such as Telnet) to make use of the host computer.
[+conference, sports event] pays m d'accueil
[+immigrant] pays m d'accueil
→ Within a week his host country had supplied him with accommodation.
[+foreign student] famille f d'accueil
→ Living with a host family allows you to practice what you have learned at school in a relaxed domestic situation.
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