英 [ˈpɑ:ti] 美 [ˈpɑ:rti]
名词 当事人; 社交聚会; 党，党派; 同类，伙伴
动词 为…举行社交聚会; 为…请客; 参加社交聚会
形容词 政党的，党派的; 社交的，聚会的; 共有的，共同的
1. The teacher is taking a party of children to the library.
1. Aso's Liberal Democratic Party faces a tough battle in a general election due by October, with the main opposition Democratic Party now leading in voter polls.
2. She was a single party girl when she wrote Sex and the City, but is now a powerful businesswoman who married in 2002.
3. But the government should not act as the main party in charge of shouldering these costs.
4. A Communist Party member must conscientiously act within the bounds of Party discipline.
5. He will also act as Party secretary of Zhongguancun Science Park administrative committee.
6. Naming a Cabinet in Japan has traditionally involved a careful balancing act, giving each of the party's main factions positions that reflect their relative strength.
7. He should act as president of the United States, not the leader of the Democrat party.
8. One of the agency's functions is to establish Party offices in companies and provide staff members to act as branch secretaries and organize activities.
9. The party was presided over by Jia Qinglin, chairman of the CPPCC National Committee.
A：Don’t you think it might be a good idea to hold the party outside?
B：I don’t think so.
A：How about going to a concert?
B：That suits me fine.
A：Hello, Miss Zhang. How are you?
B：Hello, Miss Wang. I'm fine, and you?
A：I'll doing fine, too.
B：Well, Miss Zhang, we are planning to have a casual get-together.I wonder if you and your husband can join us.
A：That sounds very nice. When will it be?
B：It's next week from this Monday.
A：What a pity! We have another party that day.
B：It doesn't matter. Let's wait until the next time.