Act as host at (an event) or for (a television or radio program)
Act as host
The bread consecrated in the Eucharist
the elevation of the Host
a person who invites guests to a social event (such as a party in his or her own home) and who is responsible for them while they are there
be the host of or for; "We hosted 4 couples last night"
horde: a vast multitude
an animal or plant that nourishes and supports a parasite; it does not benefit and is often harmed by the association
master of ceremonies: a person who acts as host at formal occasions (makes an introductory speech and introduces other speakers)
archaic terms for army
Host is a studio album recorded by British band Paradise Lost. The album saw the band moving further away from their previous metal sound to something more akin to a melancholy style of synthpop.
In biology, a host is an organism that harbors a parasite (that is, a virus, a bacterium, a protozoan, or a fungus), or a mutual or commensal symbiont, typically providing nourishment and shelter. ...
Host is the second studio album by Critters Buggin of Seattle, Washington and was released in 1996. It was recorded December 18-20 at Bad Animals and December 21-23 live at OK Hotel 1995. Originally released by Loosegroove, Host was reissued by Kufala Recordings in 2004.
A presenter, or host (sometimes hostess, in feminine form), is a person or organization responsible for running an event. A museum or university, for example, may be the presenter or host of an exhibit. ...
Sacramental bread, sometimes called the lamb, altar bread, host or simply Communion bread, is the bread which is used in the Christian ritual of the Eucharist.
In computer networking, a network host, Internet host, host, or Internet node is a computer connected to the Internet - or more generically - to any type of data network. A network host can host information resources as well as application software for providing network services. ...
A person who allows a guest, particularly into the host’s home; A person or organization responsible for running an event; A moderator or master of ceremonies for a performance; Any computer attached to a network; A computer or software component that provides services; A cell or organism ...
(Hosts) Pines are the place that “host” pine beetles, mainly ponderosa, lodgepole, scotch and limber pines.
(hosts) people, communities, or regions that entertain visiting guests.
Something that “hosts” a service. For instance, you may pay a host to serve your webpages to the world.
The computer where an Internet service is physically stored.
The name of a specific machine within a larger domain.
Any computer on a network that is a repository for services available to other computers on the network. It is quite common to have one host machine provide several services, such as WWW and USENET.
A computer acting as an information or communications server.
A networked computer dedicated to providing a certain kind of service. Usually refers to a computer that stores the website files and has a web server running on it.
A plant that provides nutrition to an attached parasitic plant.
(web host, website hosting company, server): a company that takes all of the pages you create on your personal computer and puts them on the web. All of your web pages are "uploaded" to a host by you.
The computer where your blog’s files reside and from which they are accessed. WordPress.com will host your blog for free. Or, you can pay a small monthly fee ($10 is average) for a private hosting service (like Likoma).