To go and remain somewhere for a short time
Past Participle form
I'm going to stay with my parents this Christmas.
She always stays in the nicest hotels!
A: Where are you going to stay?
B: I will stay somewhere in the city, but don't know where yet.
A: That sounds nice.
I stayed in a really small room.
She stayed in the pub all night.
A: What did you do last night?
B: I went to David's and stayed there all night.
A: Was it fun?
B: Yeah, quite fun. We played a lot of board games.
I'm staying with my family in Durham.
They were staying at the lake until 2pm today and then going to drive to Milan.
A: Where are you staying?
B: We're staying in a lovely Airbnb.
A: What's the host like?
B: He's amazing! And he teaches English!
We've stayed in a some horrible hotels.
She's stayed in places all over Korea and nothing beats here.
A: Have you been to Croatia before?
B: Yes, we stayed in Istria. The food was incredible.
B: Yes, it has amazing restaurants. You should go.