party englannista suomeksi
juhlat, kemut, bailut
bileet, seurue, juhla, joukko
asianosainen, osallinen, osapuoli
A person or group of people constituting a particular side in a contract or legal action.
1612, (w), ''Discoverie of the True Causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued''
- if the Jury had found that the party slain had been of English race and nation, it had been adjudged felony
A person; an individual.
A group of people forming one side in a given dispute, contest etc.
1912, (w), ''(w)'', Ch.6:
- A mile back in the forest the tribe had heard the fierce challenge of the gorilla, and, as was his custom when any danger threatened, Kerchak called his people together, partly for mutual protection against a common enemy, since this gorilla might be but one of a party of several, and also to see that all members of the tribe were accounted for.
Active characters organized into a single group.
A group of characters controlled by the player.
A political group considered as a formal whole, united under one specific political platform of issues and campaigning to take part in government.
(RQ:Hough Purchase Price)A strong man—a strong one; and a heedless." ¶ "Of what party is he?" she inquired, as though casually.
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- The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.
A discrete detachment of troops, especially for a particular purpose.
(quote-av)|(w)| 3| 7| episode=Congressional Fundraising |network=HBO| |So-So, tonight, tonight, let’s look at where that time actually goes, and let’s begin with the most obvious form of fundraising: fundraisers. These are usually shitty parties in D.C. bars, restaurants, or townhouses, and there are a lot of them! The Sunlight Foundation estimates that, in the last election cycle, members of Congress held over 28 hundred fundraisers! Washington is like Rod Stewart’s haircut: party in the front, party in the back, frankly too much party and no business anywhere to be found!
A group of people traveling or attending an event together, or participating in the same activity.
- And so the moost party of the castel that was falle doune thorugh that dolorous stroke laye vpon Pellam and balyn thre dayes.
''We partied until the early hours.''
To engage in flings, to have one-night stands, to sow one's wild oats.
To form a party (with).
''If you want to beat that monster, you should party with a healer.''
Of a fence or wall: shared by two properties and serving to divide them.
1953, Samuel Beckett, ''Watt''
- Now converging, now diverging, these fences presented a striking irregularity of contour. No fence was party, nor any part of any fence.
Divided; in part.
Parted or divided, as in the direction or form of one of the ordinaries.
''an escutcheon party per pale''
party (social gathering)
a (l) (qualifier)
(obsolete spelling of)
party; social gathering