invitabais you invited
The word invitabais is the imperfect form of invitar in the second person plural. See the full invitar conjugation.
invitar
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invitar(
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to request the presence of)
a. to invite
Voy a invitar a toda mi familia a mi fiesta de cumpleaños.I'm inviting my whole family to my birthday party.
2. (to pay)
a. to buy
Deje que le invite a una cerveza.Let me buy you a beer.
3. (to attract)
a. to entice
El ambiente de ese bar invita a bailar.The atmosphere of that bar entices you to dance.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
4. (to pay)
a. to buy
No te preocupes por la cuenta que invito yo.Don't worry about the bill; I'm buying.
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invitar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (convidar)
a.
invitar a alguien (a algo/a hacer algo)to invite somebody (to something/to do something)
me han invitado a una fiestaI've been invited to a party
me invitó a entrarshe asked me in
2. (pagar)
a.
te invitoit's my treat, this one's on me
invitar a alguien a algoto buy somebody something
me invitó a una cervezahe bought me a beer
te invito a cenar fueraI'll take you out for dinner
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
3. (pagar)
a. to pay
invito yoit's my treat, this one's on me
invita la casait's on the house
4. (incitar)
a.
invitar a algoto encourage something
este sol invita a salirthe sun makes you want to go out
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invitar
transitive verb
1 (gen) to invite
me invitó al cine she invited me to the cinema; me invitó a Marbella she invited me to go to Marbella; invito yo it's on me; os invito a una cerveza I'll buy o stand you all a beer; nos invitó a cenar (fuera) she took us out for a meal; dio las gracias a los que lo habían invitado he thanked his hosts
2 (incitar) to invite
invitar a algn a hacer algo to invite sb to do sth; (exhortando) to call on sb to do sth; invitar a algn a la violencia to incite sb to violence
Un sacerdote que invita a la violencia es un mal sacerdote
3 (atraer) to entice
una frase que invita a comprar a slogan which entices you to buy
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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