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  1. hostingnoun

    Running and maintaining a computer system on someone's behalf.

  2. hostingnoun

    A battle.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Hostingnoun

    an encounter; a battle

  2. Hostingnoun

    a muster or review

  3. Etymology: [From Host an army.]

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  1. hosting

    An encounter; a battle. A muster or review. This term is now obsolete.

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  1. on sight

  2. onsight

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hosting in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hosting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of hosting in a Sentence

  1. Colin Bruce:

    We recognize that for many of these countries there's a cost associated with hosting with refugees and they need to be compensated, we are quite prepared to enter into that dialogue with our shareholders as to how we support the compensation of countries, and in particular the middle-income countries that do not have access to concessional resources, and that's the conversation that is taking place.

  2. Tony Blair:

    I always, whenever I am in a country and theyve got the opportunity or possibility of hosting a sporting event, I say, Go for it, because whatever the challenges of putting it on, youll reach a different group of people. ... Diplomacy and politics and geostrategy and all of that stuff is for a limited number of people, whereas sport it goes right out into the grassroots of communities all around the world.

  3. Judge Jeanine Pirro:

    ’The View’ was disingenuous in not telling us who was hosting, they didn’t tell anyone that one of the most rabid anti-Trump, anti-Fox people was going to be sitting next to me and interviewing me.

  4. Ned Price:

    We were looking forward to hosting the bilateral meeting, and we were surprised to first learn via media reports that the prime minister, rather than accept our invitation, opted to cancel his visit, reports that we were not able to accommodate the prime minister's schedule are false.

  5. Snoop Dogg:

    I'm honored to be co-hosting the only sporting event on the planet guaranteed to raise the 'woof', with the magnificent Martha Stewart.

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