- n.招待，邀请; 请柬，请帖; 引诱，吸引，诱惑;
- 复数: invitations;
Eve spurned Mark's invitation.
"I can't pass this up." She waved the invitation.
Elizabeth had a standing invitation to stay with her.
It would be most ungracious and impolite to refuse a simple invitation to supper with him.
He's understood to be there at the personal invitation of President Daniel Arap Moi.
The Syrians have not yet accepted an invitation to attend.
The invitation had caught me off guard.
Don't leave your shopping on the back seat of your car— it's an open invitation to a thief.
I incurred his displeasure by refusing the invitation.
Delightedly she accepted the invitation.
He gladly accepted their invitation.
I excepted him from my invitation.
Their frequent invitation places us under an obligation to invite them to our house for a change.
He accepted the invitation with feigned enthusiasm.
He declined an invitation to dinner.
It is polite that she accepts his invitation.
He snapped at an invitation to the palace.
She refused their invitation.
Thank you for your kind invitation.
It was kind of you to extend an invitation to us.
I hesitated ( about ) whether to accept the invitation.
They were persuaded that we would accept the invitation.
He accepted the invitation with pleasure.
It'stands to reason that I should accept her invitation.
Much to my regret, I am unable to accept your kind invitation.
I deem it an honour to accept your invitation.
We'll be very happy to accept your kind invitation.
She feels flattered by your invitation.
He respectfully declined the invitation.
The article was an invitation for public protest against the newspaper.
You can have a try, but as far as i know,he seldom accepts invitations from his employees Q: What can we infer about Mr
Decline the invitation as early as possible.
After they were given an invitation to appear live on BBC, the Beatles quickly became famous in Britain with nationwide tours.
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If it had not been for his invitation the other day, I should not be here now.
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Over the next few days, they sent out invitations and prepared desserts for their guests.
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She has turned down several invitations to star at shows in order to concentrate on her studies after school she plans to take a year off to model full time before going to university to get a degree in engineering or architecture.
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The card above is an invitation.
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Tom had to turn down the invitation to the party last weekend because he was too busy.
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That whispered message, half invitation and half forcing, is what most of us think of when we hear the words peer pressure.
1. a request (spoken or written) to participate or be present or take part in something;
"an invitation to lunch"
"she threw the invitation away"
2. a tempting allurement;
"she was an invitation to trouble"
引诱 斜线姿势 邀请 邀叫