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  1. par·ty
    IPA[ˈpärdē]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. enjoy oneself at a party or other lively gathering, typically with drinking and music:

      put on your glad rags and party!
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: party, plural noun: parties

    • adjective

      divided into parts of different tinctures:
    • noun

      a social gathering of invited guests, typically involving eating, drinking, and entertainment:

      a formally constituted political group that contests elections and attempts to form or take part in a government:

    • verb

      enjoy oneself at a party or other lively gathering, typically with drinking and music:
    • adjective

      divided into parts of different tinctures:
    • noun

      a person or group besides the two primarily involved in a situation, especially a dispute:

      a political party organized as an alternative to the major parties in a two-party system.

    • adjective

      relating to a person or group besides the two primarily involved in a situation:
    • noun

      a political party formed to represent the interests of ordinary working people.

      a major party in Israel, Australia, and certain other countries.

    • noun

      a celebration held for a man shortly before his wedding, attended by his male friends only.

      any party attended by men only.

    • noun

      a social gathering in the afternoon at which tea, cakes, and other light refreshments are served.

      a US political movement that emerged from a series of conservative protests against the federal government in 2009.

    • noun

      a policy, or the policies collectively, officially adopted by a political party:

      a telephone line or circuit shared by two or more subscribers.

    • noun

      a party for all the residents of a block or neighborhood, typically held on a closed-off city street.
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