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host

living organism from which a parasite obtains nutrition.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
host (noun)
1.
- army
2.
a great number - multitude
host (verb)
intransitive verb
to assemble in a host usually for a purpose - hostile
host (noun)
1.
a) one that receives or entertains guests socially, commercially, or officially
b) one that provides facilities for an event or function - our college served as host for the basketball tournament
2.
a) a living animal or plant on or in which a parasite lives
b) the larger, stronger, or dominant member of a commensal or symbiotic pair
c) an individual into which a tissue, part, or embryo is transplanted from another
3.
a mineral or rock that is older than the minerals or rocks in it , also a substance that contains a usually small amount of another substance incorporated in its structure
4.
a radio or television emcee
5.
a computer that controls communications in a network or that administers a database , also - server
host (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to serve as host to, at, or for - host friends host a dinner
2.
- emcee hosted a series of TV programs
host (noun)
the eucharistic bread
host
host (Wikipedia)

Host (masculine) and hostess (feminine) most often refer to a person responsible for guests at an event or providing hospitality during it, or to an event's presenter or master or mistress of ceremonies. Host or hosts may also refer to:

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