Invitation vs. Invite

Invitation vs. Invite — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Invitation and Invite

Invitationnoun

The act of inviting.

Inviteverb

To ask for the presence or participation of

invite friends to dinner.invite writers to a conference.

Invitationnoun

A spoken or written request for someone's presence or participation.

Inviteverb

To request formally

invited us to be seated.

Invitationnoun

An allurement, enticement, or attraction.

Inviteverb

To welcome; encourage

invite questions from the audience.
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Invitationnoun

See altar call.

Inviteverb

To tend to bring on; provoke

"Divisions at home would invite dangers from abroad" (John Jay).

Invitationnoun

The act of inviting; solicitation; the requesting of a person's company.

an invitation to a party, to a dinner, or to visit a friend

Inviteverb

To entice; tempt.

Invitationnoun

A document or verbal message conveying an invitation.

We need to print off fifty invitations for the party.

Invitenoun

An invitation.

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Invitationnoun

Allurement; enticement.

Inviteverb

(transitive) To ask for the presence or participation of someone or something.

We invited our friends round for dinner.

Invitationnoun

(fencing) A line that is intentionally left open to encourage the opponent to attack.

Inviteverb

(transitive) To request formally.

I invite you all to be seated.

Invitationnoun

(Christianity) The brief exhortation introducing the confession in the Anglican communion-office.

Inviteverb

(transitive) To encourage.

I always invite criticism of my definitions.Wearing that skimpy dress, you are bound to invite attention.

Invitationnoun

a request (spoken or written) to participate or be present or take part in something;

an invitation to lunchshe threw the invitation away

Inviteverb

(transitive) To allure; to draw to; to tempt to come; to induce by pleasure or hope; to attract.

Invitationnoun

a tempting allurement;

she was an invitation to trouble

Invitenoun

(informal) An invitation.

Invitenoun

a colloquial expression for invitation;

he didn't get no invite to the party

Inviteverb

increase the likelihood of;

ask for troubleinvite criticism

Inviteverb

invite someone to one's house;

Can I invite you for dinner on Sunday night?

Inviteverb

give rise to a desire by being attractive or inviting;

the window displays tempted the shoppers

Inviteverb

ask someone in a friendly way to do something

Inviteverb

have as a guest;

I invited them to a restaurant

Inviteverb

ask to enter;

We invited the neighbors in for a cup of coffee

Inviteverb

request the participation or presence of;

The organizers invite submissions of papers for the conference

Inviteverb

express willingness to have in one's home or environs;

The community warmly received the refugees