Definitions for Party
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Party.
party, political partynoun
an organization to gain political power
"in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
a group of people gathered together for pleasure
"she joined the party after dinner"
a band of people associated temporarily in some activity
"they organized a party to search for food"; "the company of cooks walked into the kitchen"
an occasion on which people can assemble for social interaction and entertainment
"he planned a party to celebrate Bastille Day"
a person involved in legal proceedings
"the party of the first part"
have or participate in a party
"The students were partying all night before the exam"
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: partié, French.
When any of these combatants strips his terms of ambiguity, I shall think him a champion for truth, and not the slave of vain glory or a party. John Locke.
This account of party patches will appear improbable to those, who live at a distance from the fashionable world. Addis.
Party writers are so sensible of the secret virtue of an innuendo, that they never mention the q —— n at length. Spectat.
This party rage in women only serves to aggravate animosities that reign among them. Joseph Addison, Spect. №. 81.
As he never leads the conversation into the violence and rage of party disputes, I listened to him with pleasure. Tatler.
Division between those of the same party, exposes them to their enemies. Alexander Pope.
The most violent party men are such, as, in the conduct of their lives, have discovered least sense of religion or morality. Jonathan Swift.
When you are hearing a matter between party and party, if pinched with the cholick, you make faces like mummers, and dismiss the controversy more entangled by your hearing: all the peace you make in their cause, is calling both parties knaves. William Shakespeare.
The cause of both parties shall come before the judges. Exodus xxii. 9.
If a bishop be a party to a suit, and excommunicates his adversary; such excommunication shall not bar his adversary from his action. John Ayliffe, Parergon.
The child was prisoner to the womb, and is
Free’d and enfranchis’d; not a party to
The anger of the king, nor guilty of
The trespass of the queen. William Shakespeare.
I do suspect this trash
To be a party in this injury. William Shakespeare.
Our Foes compell’d by need, have peace embrac’d:
The peace, both parties want, is like to last. Dryden.
Ægle came in, to make their party good. Dryden.
Let me extol a cat, on oysters fed,
I’ll have a party at the Bedford-head. Alexander Pope.
If the clergy would a little study the arts of conversation, they might be welcome at every party, where there was the least regard for politeness or good sense. Jonathan Swift.
As she paced on, she was stopped with a number of trees, so thickly placed together, that she was afraid she should, with rushing through, stop the speech of the lamentable party, which she was so desirous to understand. Philip Sidney.
The minister of justice may, for publick example, virtuously will the execution of that party, whose pardon another, for consanguinity’s sake, as virtuously may desire. Richard Hooker.
If the jury found, that the party slain was of English race, it had been adjudged felony. John Davies, on Ireland.
How shall this be compast? canst thou bring me to the party? William Shakespeare, Tempest.
The smoke received into the nostrils, causes the party to lie as if he were drunk. George Abbot, Descript. of the World.
The imagination of the party to be cured, is not needful to concur; for it may be done without the knowledge of the party wounded. Francis Bacon, Natural History.
He that confesses his sin, and prays for pardon, hath punished his fault: and then there is nothing left to be done by the offended party, but to return to charity. Taylor.
Though there is a real difference between one man and another, yet the party, who has the advantage, usually magnifies the inequality. Jeremy Collier, on Pride.
A party is a gathering of people who have been invited by a host for the purposes of socializing, conversation, recreation, or as part of a festival or other commemoration or celebration of a special occasion. A party will often feature food and beverages, and often conversation, music, dancing, or other forms of entertainment. Some parties are held in honor of a specific person, day, or event, such as a birthday party, a Super Bowl party, or a St. Patrick’s Day party. Parties of this kind are often called celebrations. A party is not necessarily a private occasion. Public parties are sometimes held in restaurants, pubs, beer gardens, nightclubs, or bars, and people attending such parties may be charged an admission fee by the host. Large parties in public streets may celebrate events such as Mardi Gras or the signing of a peace treaty ending a long war.
a part or portion
a number of persons united in opinion or action, as distinguished from, or opposed to, the rest of a community or association; esp., one of the parts into which a people is divided on questions of public policy
a part of a larger body of company; a detachment; especially (Mil.), a small body of troops dispatched on special service
a number of persons invited to a social entertainment; a select company; as, a dinner party; also, the entertainment itself; as, to give a party
one concerned or interested in an affair; one who takes part with others; a participator; as, he was a party to the plot; a party to the contract
the plaintiff or the defendant in a lawsuit, whether an individual, a firm, or corporation; a litigant
hence, any certain person who is regarded as being opposed or antagonistic to another
cause; side; interest
a person; as, he is a queer party
parted or divided, as in the direction or form of one of the ordinaries; as, an escutcheon party per pale
partial; favoring one party
Etymology: [F. parti divided, fr. partir to divide. See Part, v., and cf. Partite.]
A party is a gathering of people who have been invited by a host for the purposes of socializing, conversation, or recreation. A party will typically feature food and beverages, and often music and dancing as well. Some parties are held in honor of a specific person, day, or event, such as a birthday party, a Super Bowl party, or a St. Patrick’s Day party. Parties of this kind are often called "celebrations". A party is not necessarily a private occasion. Public parties are sometimes held in restaurants, pubs, or bars, and people attending such parties may be charged an admission fee by the host.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
pär′ti, n. a part of a greater number of persons: a faction: a company met for a particular purpose, as a dinner party, a pleasure party, &c.: an assembly: one concerned in any affair: the person or persons on either side in a law-suit: (colloq.) a single individual spoken of: (mil.) a detachment of soldiers.—adj. belonging to a party and not to the whole: consisting of different parties, parts, or things: (her.) parted or divided.—adjs. Par′ti-coat′ed, having on a coat of various colours; Par′ti-col′oured, coloured differently at different parts.—ns. Par′tyism, devotion to party; Par′ty-ju′ry, a jury half of natives and half of aliens; Par′ty-man, a member of a party: a partisan; Par′ty-pol′itics, politics viewed from a party stand-point, or arranged to suit the views or interests of a party; Par′ty-spir′it, the unreasonable spirit shown by a party-man toward those who do not belong to his party.—adj. Par′ty-spir′ited.—ns. Par′ty-ver′dict, a joint verdict; Par′ty-wall, a wall between two adjoining properties, built half on one and half on the other: a wall separating one house from another. [O. Fr. partir—L. partīri, to divide—pars, a part.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The detachment of marines serving on board a man-of-war. Also, a gang of hands sent away on particular duties.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
A small detachment of men, horse or foot, sent upon any kind of duty; as, into an enemy’s country, to pillage, to take prisoners, and oblige the country to come under contribution.
In heraldry, parted or divided;—used with reference to any division of a field or charge.
A gathering of people for a specific purpose.
The birthday party was arranged for the family to share time together.
Submitted by MaryC on February 16, 2020
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British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Party' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #202
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Party' in Written Corpus Frequency: #407
Rank popularity for the word 'Party' in Nouns Frequency: #27
The numerical value of Party in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of Party in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
It's a big party. And there are some of our major donors I saw standing behind Donald Trump. People are competing. And people are endorsing different candidates.
One way of doing it is for Boris Johnson to come to the floor of the house and give the House of Commons (lower house of parliament) a commitment that whatever happens, he will not take Britain out of the EU without a deal, if he said clearly and unequivocally that 'I will not take Britain out of the EU without a deal', I think not just the Labour Party would be satisfied ... a lot of Conservative MPs (members of parliament) would be satisfied.
Paul Ryan was the franchise, with Paul, this was a Republican Party they could still give to. He’s a great brand for the party. He’s gone.
In the end it'd be very difficult to have an effective party rebellion against someone whose position is secure ... and who has captured the imagination of such a large part of their base, the frustration is palpable.
Among young folks especially, there is skyrocketing skepticism about arbitrary forms of power, either from the government or corporations, and we see that play out in the crypto community, the traditional left-right party politics that have dominated Evan Greer politics for young people are really starting to erode.
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Translations for Party
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- fees, partyAfrikaans
- حِزْب, حفلة, احتفال, حفلArabic
- পার্টি, দল, পার্টি করাBengali
- sarau, part, festaCatalan, Valencian
- strana, oslava, mejdan, kalba, večírek, párty, mechecheCzech
- fest, partiDanish
- Teilnehmer, Feier, Fete, Partei, Party, Fest, Teilnehmerin, PartieGerman
- partio, festoEsperanto
- partido, reventón, pachanga, fiesta, carrete, parte contratante, divertirse, fiestarSpanish
- osapool, partei, pidu, erakond, pidu pidama, pidutsemaEstonian
- مهمانی, پارتی, حزبPersian
- kemut, seurue, osallinen, joukko, juhla, bileet, osapuoli, asianosainen, puolue, juhlat, bailut, juhliaFinnish
- parti, fête, party, partie, participant, détachement, teuf, fêter, veillerFrench
- feestjeWestern Frisian
- páirtí, dreamIrish
- מפלגה, מסיבהHebrew
- पार्टी, दलHindi
- zsúr, buli, párt, összejövetel, parti, bulizik, partizikHungarian
- կողմ, երեկույթ, փարթի, կուսակցություն, փարթի անելArmenian
- partí, veisla, teitiIcelandic
- parte, partito, festaItalian
- 党, 政党, パーティー, コンパJapanese
- បក្សពួក, គណបក្ស, ភាគីKhmer
- 파티, 정당, 政黨Korean
- partî, پارتیKurdish
- ກ້ຳ, ພວກ, ພັກ, ງານLao
- страна, партијаMacedonian
- parti, pestaMalay
- partij, viering, feest, party, feesten, vierenDutch
- parti, festNorwegian
- partia, impreza, strona, przyjęcie, imprezowaćPolish
- participante, balada, parte, partido, festa, festar, festejarPortuguese
- participantă, partid, parte, participant, petrecere, petreceRomanian
- уча́стница, приём, тусовка, уча́стник, парти, партия, вечеринка, сторона́, патиRussian
- stranka, partija, жур, седељка, вечеринка, zabava, sedeljka, žurka, странка, партија, забава, журка, žur, večerinka, proslaviti, slavitiSerbo-Croatian
- පක්ෂය, පාටියSinhala, Sinhalese
- strana, žúrSlovak
- stranka, zabavaSlovene
- parti, festëAlbanian
- part, party, kalas, firande, parti, fest, partaj, festa, partaja, parta, röjaSwedish
- safu, chamaSwahili
- พรรค, งานเลี้ยง, งานThai
- parti, şölen, siyasî partiTurkish
- партія, вечіркаUkrainian
- chánh đảng, 政黨, 黨, tiệc, đảngVietnamese
- שׂמחה, פּאַרטייYiddish
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