party

party
plural - parties; noun
1) (a meeting of guests for entertainment, celebration etc: a birthday party; She's giving/having a party tonight; (also adjective) a party dress.) fiesta, reunión
2) (a group of people with a particular purpose: a party of tourists.) grupo
3) (a group of people with the same ideas and purposes, especially political: a political party.) partido
party n
1. fiesta
a Christmas party una fiesta de Navidad
2. grupo
a party of tourists un grupo de turistas
3. partido
a political party un partido político
El plural de party se escribe parties
party
tr['pɑːtɪ]
noun (pl parties)
1 (celebration) fiesta
birthday party fiesta de cumpleaños
2 SMALLPOLITICS/SMALL partido
3 (group) grupo
a party of schoolchildren un grupo de escolares
4 SMALLLAW/SMALL parte nombre femenino, interesado,-a
adjective
1 (dress) de fiesta; (mood, atmosphere) festivo,-a
2 SMALLPOLITICS/SMALL (member, leader) del partido
intransitive verb (pt & pp partied, ger partying)
1 (go to parties) ir a fiestas; (have fun) divertirse
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to be party to a crime ser cómplice de un delito
to be party to something hacerse cómplice de algo
guilty party el/la culpable
innocent party el/la inocente
party line (on telephone) línea compartida 2 (in politics) línea del partido
party politics política de partido
party political broadcast emisión nombre femenino de propaganda política, espacio de propaganda electoral
party spirit (party mood) espíritu nombre masculino festivo 2 (loyalty) partidismo
party piece numerito
party wall pared nombre femenino medianera
party ['pɑrt̬i] n, pl -ties
1) : partido m (político)
2) participant: parte f , participante mf
3) group: grupo m (de personas)
4) gathering: fiesta f
to throw a party: dar una fiesta
party
adj.
de gala adj.
de partido adj.
n.
banda s.f.
bandería s.f.
bando s.m.
fiesta s.f.
garufa s.f.
guateque s.m.
pandilla s.f.
parranda s.f.
partido (Gobierno) s.m.
reunión s.f.
sarao s.m.
tertulia s.f.

I 'pɑːrti, 'pɑːti
noun
1) (event) fiesta f

I was invited to a tea/dinner party — me invitaron a un té/a una cena

to have o (colloq) throw a party — dar* or hacer* una fiesta; (before n) <mood> festivo; <game> de salón; <dress> de fiesta

2) (Pol) partido m; (before n) <member, leader> del partido

party politics — política f de partido; (pej) partidismo m

3) (group) grupo m; (in hunting) partida f
4) (person or body involved) parte f

a third party — un tercero

all parties concerned — todos los interesados

the guilty/innocent party — el culpable/inocente

to be (a) party to a crime — ser* cómplice de un crimen


II
intransitive verb (esp AmE colloq) (go to parties) ir* a fiestas; (have fun) divertirse*

let's party! — vámonos de juerga! (fam)

['pɑːtɪ]
1. N
1) (=celebration) fiesta f

to give or have or throw a party — dar or frm ofrecer una fiesta

house 3.
2) (Pol) partido m

to join a party — afiliarse a un partido, hacerse miembro de un partido

3) (=group) grupo m

a party of tourists — un grupo de turistas

we were only a small party — éramos pocos, éramos un grupo pequeño

4) (in dispute, contract) parte f

the parties concerned — los interesados, las partes interesadas

the guilty/injured/innocent party — la parte culpable/perjudicada/inocente

to be (a) party to sth, I will not be a party to any violence — no me voy a prestar a la violencia

to be (a) party to an agreement — ser parte en un acuerdo

to be (a) party to a crime — ser cómplice en un delito

the parties to a dispute — las partes involucradas en una querella

third 4., warring
2.
VI * (=go to parties) ir a fiestas; (=have a good time) irse de juerga *, irse de marcha (Sp) *

let's party! — ¡vámonos de juerga! *, ¡vámonos de marcha! (Sp) *

where shall we party tonight? — ¿a qué fiesta vamos esta noche?

3.
CPD

party animal N — fiestero(-a) m / f, juerguista mf

party dress N — vestido m de fiesta

party food N(=nibbles) canapés mpl

party game N(for children) juego m de fiestas; (for adults) juego m de sociedad

party hat N — sombrero m de fiesta, gorro m de fiesta

party line N — (Telec) línea f compartida

the party line — (Pol) la línea del partido

party member N — miembro m del partido

party mood N(=mood for enjoying o.s.) ganas fpl de fiesta

to be in the party mood — tener ganas de fiesta

party music N — música f de fiesta

party official N — (Pol) funcionario(-a) m / f de partido

party piece N — numerito m (de fiesta) *

to do one's party piece — hacer su numerito *

party politics NPL(gen) política fsing de partido; pej partidismo msing pej, politiqueo msing pej

party pooper * N — aguafiestas mf inv

party spirit N — espíritu m festivo

we entered into the party spirit — nos empezó a entrar el espíritu festivo

party time N

it's party time! — ¡es hora de fiesta!

party trick N — truco m

party wall N — pared f medianera

* * *

I ['pɑːrti, 'pɑːti]
noun
1) (event) fiesta f

I was invited to a tea/dinner party — me invitaron a un té/a una cena

to have o (colloq) throw a party — dar* or hacer* una fiesta; (before n) <mood> festivo; <game> de salón; <dress> de fiesta

2) (Pol) partido m; (before n) <member, leader> del partido

party politics — política f de partido; (pej) partidismo m

3) (group) grupo m; (in hunting) partida f
4) (person or body involved) parte f

a third party — un tercero

all parties concerned — todos los interesados

the guilty/innocent party — el culpable/inocente

to be (a) party to a crime — ser* cómplice de un crimen


II
intransitive verb (esp AmE colloq) (go to parties) ir* a fiestas; (have fun) divertirse*

let's party! — vámonos de juerga! (fam)


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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