party / ˈpɑr ti /


party3 个定义

n. 名词 noun

plural par·ties.

  1. a social gathering, as of invited guests at a private home, for conversation, refreshments, entertainment, etc.: a cocktail party.
  2. a group gathered for a special purpose or task: a fishing party; a search party.
  3. a detachment, squad, or detail of troops assigned to perform some particular mission or service.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. of or relating to a party or faction; partisan: party leaders.
  2. of or for a social gathering: her new party dress.
  3. being shared by or pertaining to two or more persons or things.
  4. Heraldry. having the field divided into a number of parts, usually two; parted.
v. 无主动词 verb

par·tied, par·ty·ing.Informal.

  1. to go to or give parties, especially a series of parties.
  2. to enjoy oneself thoroughly and without restraint; indulge in pleasure.

party 近义词

n. 名词 noun

social gathering

n. 名词 noun

gang, group

n. 名词 noun

group supporting certain beliefs

n. 名词 noun


n. 名词 noun

person(s) involved in legal action


  • party line
  • life of the party


  1. The new sleep tracking app appears less sophisticated than similar apps offered by third parties, but I’ll need to test it further.
  2. Just because Obama says it doesn’t mean the rest of the party will agree.
  3. Among the most significant differences between the two parties are on perceptions of American exceptionalism.
  4. “Contextual has evolved and with the absence of the third-party cookie it’s all the more significant,” said Simone.
  5. That compares with the Democrats’ two-point party identification edge in 2016 exit polling and their eight-point advantage in 2012 exit polling.
  6. Neither the Republican nor the Democratic party have done anything to consistently target Asian- American voters.
  7. Although the NFL party animal loves flaunting his washboard abs, he seems more fratboy than Fabio.
  8. Eva Silverman, who co-hosts an Oakland Dinner Party, agrees.
  9. Those who come to the Dinner Party are self-selecting; they do want to talk about it.
  10. Talking about death is never easy, but with food, comfort, and familiarity, a new kind of dinner party is making it easier.
  11. Walls End Castle, when the party broke up, returned to its normal state.
  12. To give him a party name, he became an anti-clerical, strictly in a political and lawful sense.
  13. Native women were not interfered with by either party, nor were the foreigners, many of whom took refuge at the British Consulate.
  14. No one was hurt, although the shot was evidently intended for my party.
  15. Ascension being a holiday here, all we pianists made up a walking party out to Tiefurt, about two miles distant.