invite round


w>invite (a)round

vt sep(zu sich) einladen
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So I get that you don't want to be that couple who people invite round but then they turn into a pain when they get too drunk.
I would definitely recreate the prawn moilee at home (recipe opposite), it's simple, quick and impressive to any guest you invite round for a dinner party.
"Hopefully the invite round to hers for TURKEY with all the trimmings is in the post!" The brazen robbery of Jill's post office last May SHOCKED the community.
Not, perhaps, your first choice to invite round for tea with the vicar.
Potential hosts buy the tickets, invite round some friends and then wait for the doorbell.
Your lordship's not the sort of bloke your grandma would invite round for tea, then.
Paula and our daughter Siofra would invite round jockey John Cullen and his wife Annemarie, Paddy Flood and his partner Emma Maher.
The victims of some of these shootings, let alone the perpetrators, are not the sort of people you or I would invite round for Christmas drinks.
"Patrick is very entertaining, like a friend you would like to invite round to dinner to amuse you with daft anecdotes and nuggets of celebrity gossip.
The more parents you become friendly with, the more children you'll be able to invite round to play with your son/daughter.