Synonyms of party in English:

party


See definition of party

noun

1‘150 people attended the party’

SYNONYMS
social gathering, gathering, social occasion, social event, social function, function, get-together, celebration, reunion, festivity, jamboree, reception, at-home, soirée, social
dance, ball, ceilidh, frolic, carousal, carouse
North American fete, hoedown, shower, bake, cookout, levee, keg party
Australian, New Zealand corroboree
West Indian bashment
luau
tertulia
simcha
informal bash, shindig, shindy, rave, blowout, beer-up, disco, do, shebang, bop, hop, whoopee, after-party
British informal rave-up, thrash, knees-up, beanfeast, beano, bunfight, jolly, lig
Irish informal hooley, crack
North American informal blast, wingding, kegger
Australian, New Zealand informal shivoo, rage, ding, jollo, rort
South African informal jol
dated squash, squeeze, ding-dong

2‘a party of British tourists arrived’

SYNONYMS
group, company, body, gang, band, crowd, pack, contingent
informal bunch, crew, gaggle, posse, load

3‘left-wing parties were highly critical of the proposals’

SYNONYMS
faction, political party, group, grouping, side, alliance, affiliation, association, coalition, movement, cabal, junta, bloc, camp, set, caucus, sect

4‘a certain party's name is not to be mentioned’

SYNONYMS
person, individual, human being, somebody, someone
informal character

5‘the trial judge must apportion blame between the parties’

SYNONYMS
litigant, plaintiff, defendant
participant

verb

1‘let's party!’

SYNONYMS
celebrate, have fun, enjoy oneself, have a party, have a good time, have a wild time, rave it up, carouse, make merry
informal go out on the town, paint the town red, whoop it up, let one's hair down, make whoopee, have a night on the tiles, live it up, have a ball, go on a bender, push the boat out, go on a spree
South African informal jol

Phrases

    be a party to

    ‘I am not going to be a party to their plan for nabbing you’


    SYNONYMS

    get involved in, get involved with, be associated with, concern oneself in, involve oneself in, be a participant in, touch, handle