Translation for 'to invite' from English to Greek
VERB   to invite | invited | invited
inviting | invites
SYNO to ask for | to ask in | to ask over | ...
to inviteπροσκαλώ
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Translation for 'to invite' from English to Greek

to invite
Usage Examples English
  • So, he arranged for Toho to invite to the studio around 100 kids who would be entering first grade.
  • Crick's reaction was to invite Nirenberg to deliver his talk to a larger audience.
  • At the publisher's invitation he revised the storyline and the improvements impressed the editor sufficiently to invite Barks to try his hand at contributing both the script and the artwork of his follow-up story.
  • Many observers expected the Governor General of Canada, Lord Aberdeen, to invite Tupper to return to Canada to become prime minister.
  • The OECD agreed to invite Chile to be among four countries to open discussions in becoming an official member.

  • When Pizarro and his men first encountered the army of Inca Atahualpa at Cajamarca, Pizarro sent de Soto with fifteen men to invite Atahualpa to a meeting.
  • A hoax is a widely publicized falsehood so fashioned as to invite reflexive, unthinking acceptance by the greatest number of people of the most varied social identities and of the highest possible social pretensions to gull its victims into putting up the highest possible social currency in support of the hoax.
  • For example, in parts of Sudan it is believed that the mouth is the portal to the soul, so they do not want to invite death or have their spirit taken.
  • In the Achaemenid period, there are no known representations of Ahura Mazda at the royal court other than the custom for every emperor to have an empty chariot drawn by white horses to invite Ahura Mazda to accompany the Persian army on battles.
  • She asked Louis to invite Max to Darmstadt as soon as possible.

  • Crowd sourcing has also been used not to perform character recognition directly but to invite software developers to develop image processing algorithms, for example, through the use of rank-order tournaments.
  • The following few years were extremely turbulent, but eventually enough reforms were passed that King William IV felt confident enough to invite the Tories to form a ministry again in succession to those of Lord Grey and Lord Melbourne in December 1834.
  • Contestants were allowed to use two of their Facebook friends as "Jump the Question" lifelines in round one, and to use the "Ask the Audience" lifeline in round two to invite up to 50 such friends of theirs to answer a question for a portion of the prize money of the current question.
  • Johnson to invite him to the White House Conference on Education.
  • Menzies announced to his Cabinet that he thought he should resign and advise the Governor General to invite Curtin to form Government.

  • In the 18th century, in France and England, it became fashionable for wealthy, well married ladies who had a residence "in town" to invite accomplished guests to visit their home in the evening, to partake of refreshments and cultural conversation.
  • The two agreed that it would be necessary to invite the Soviets as the other major allied power.
  • In either of these cases, the president may alternatively choose to invite another Member of Parliament who invariably should command the majority of the House of Representatives to form an alternative government for the remainder of the legislature.
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