Company and Host


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Company noun – A group of people working together on a task.
Usage example: a company of carpenters constructed the frame of the house in no time

Host and company are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Host" instead a noun "Company".
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Host noun – A great number of persons or creatures massed together.
Company and host are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Company" instead a noun "Host".
Nearby Words: hosted, hostess, hosting
Synonyms for Host

How words are described

human human company human host
old old company old host
good good company good host
female female company female host
Other adjectives: better, original, polite, powerful, actual, entire, successful, male, large, famous, new, former, titular, different, said, local.

Both words in one sentence

  • Generally the buyer is either a cable company or a host of local television stations.
    Source: Rerun
  • After helping Littlepip and company escape the exploding facility her consciousness 'died', represented by the cutie mark on the host body fading away.
  • Overly Nervous Flop Sweat There was a Saturday Night Live skit, with Alex Karras as guest host, where Billy Crystal plays a guy at a soda company who sweats excessively at a board meeting.
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