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front desk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfront deskˌfront ˈdesk noun [uncountable]  the desk where visitors go when they arrive at a hotel or organization syn reception
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front deskEconomy hotels offer clean, comfortable rooms and front desk services without costly extras like restaurants and room service.As front desk personnel come and go, training and retraining is crucial for the daily success of any system.They are used to keep track of what happens in the classrooms and at the front desk.A large black man sat behind the front desk with his sleeves rolled up.The unit is controlled from the front desk and it is programmed to accept cards with the correct codes.After checking in and taking a shower, I tried to ring Merrit from the front desk.I marched to the front desk and enquired the price of single room for one night.
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