A person who is invited to visit the home of or take part in a function organized by another
I have two guests coming to dinner tonight
a guest bedroom
A person invited to participate in an official event
the bishop went to Cuba as a guest of the Catholic Church
a guest speaker
A person invited to take part in a radio or television program, sports event, or other entertainment
a regular guest on the morning show
a guest appearance
A person lodging at a hotel or boardinghouse
a reduction for guests staying seven nights or more
A customer at a restaurant
A small invertebrate that lives unharmed within an ants' nest
a visitor to whom hospitality is extended
United States journalist (born in England) noted for his syndicated homey verse (1881-1959)
a customer of a hotel or restaurant etc.
node: (computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network
Guest is the first studio album by Critters Buggin of Seattle, Washington and was released in 1994 on Stone Gossard's then new label Loosegroove. Guest was reissued by Kufala Recordings in 2004.
Guest is a surname, and may refer to: ;Persons *Al Guest (contemporary), Canadian animation producer *Barbara Guest (1920–2006), American poet and critic *Bill Guest (1928–1985), Canadian television host *Brian Guest (contemporary), Canadian political advisor *Lady Charlotte Guest (1812–1895), ...
"The Guest" (L'Hôte) is a short story by the French writer Albert Camus. It was first published in 1957 as part of a collection entitled Exile and the Kingdom (L'exil et le royaume). ...
The Guest (originally titled Phantom Planet was Here) is the second album by rock band Phantom Planet, released on November 4, 2002. ...
(The Guests (episode)) "The Guests" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on March 23, 1964, during the first season.
a recipient of hospitality, specifically someone staying by invitation at the house of another; a patron or customer in a hotel etc; an invited visitor or performer to an institution or to a broadcast; to appear as a guest, especially on a broadcast; as a musician, to play as a guest, ...
(Guests) A repository recording the participation of a non-rostered Player with a Team during a Match
(Guests) Disney refers to their customers as guests and have trained their cast members to treat them as such. One of the reason that Disney is so magical is because of how you are treated from the moment you are on site to the moment you leave.
(Guests) Guest soloists with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra have included many Canadian singers and instrumentalists, eg Peter Appleyard, Michael Burgess, Pierre Djokic, Mark DuBois, Angela Hewitt, André Laplante, Natalie MacMaster, and Monica Whicher. ...
(Guests) Pseudonym used for the aliens that were exchanged against humans.
(Guests) Ray Charles and Plácido Domingo
(Guests) That is what you and I are called when we visit the Parks. It is a much friendlier term than "customer" or "client"!
(Guests) The apartment accommodates 4 guests in comfort, and is reserved exclusively for the named guests on the Booking Confirmation Form – maximum 4. Sub-letting or assignment of the booking / part booking to others is not permitted and will result in cancellation and forfeiture of all payments.
(Guests) Urs Fischer, artist, New York
(Guests) You can visiton online Casino as a guest just to look at the games and to try your luck. You don't have to fill in any forms or get any passwords, you simply click on "Guest games" on the main screen and you can start playing. ...
(Guests) a.k.a. hidden helpers. Thanks be to the secret sect of the bot.
(guests) another term for tourists:
Guests were/are aliens exchanged for humans who gave us the balance of the yellow book. At the time i saw the information there were only 3 left alive. They were called (ALF's) Alien Life Forms.
This is the special user assigned to visitors to Gallery 3 who do not have a regular account. There can only be one guest account.
An event attendee. Within Event Marketing, a guest is a secondary registrant, such as a spouse, partner, or friend of the registrant.
an individual who shares a dwelling unit in a nonpermanent status for not more than 30 days.