To ask for the presence or participation of someone or something. (verb)
An invitation. (noun)
Examples of word invite
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And there's a canny little visual push-pull about the way the picture invites the eye to run up from the miniature figures at the bottom through the landscape they must traverse to the mountains at the top, at the same time that the words of the title invite the eye to work their way down from 'The' to 'Rings'.
Figuring out which writers to invite is part of the editorial art.
But that invite is far from a guarantee when big-name teams such as Wisconsin, Ohio State, Nebraska and Oklahoma could also be available to bowl organizers.
Currently regretting turning down once again invite to Rio for NYE activities.
The invite is sitting there, ignored for the moment.
They go on and on about how lovely that invite is -- you can almost smell the glue!
In a commercial unveiled on Wednesday, a bikini-clad Britney Spears doubles as a mind reader, as she wishes for a personal invite from the British comic — who is back to host the program for the second year in a row.
I've sent you a linked in invite with my email id.