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hospitality

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhospitalityhos‧pi‧tal‧i‧ty /ˌhɒspəˈtæləti $ ˌhɑː-/ ●○○ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 FRIENDLYfriendly behaviour towards visitors 🔊 Thanks for your hospitality over the past few weeks.RegisterIn everyday English, when thanking someone for their hospitality, you usually say thanks for having me/us:Thanks for having us. We had a great time.2 services such as food and drink that an organization provides for guests at a special event 🔊 the use of a yacht for corporate hospitality 🔊 There was a reception in the hospitality suite before the game. corporate hospitality at corporate(1)
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hospitalityThe atmosphere and hospitality of the Orkneys made a great impression on all our crews.All bedrooms are of a high standard offering private facilities, satellite colour television, in-house movies and hospitality tray.This buys them a livery package, plus use of the yacht for corporate hospitality and during Land Rover Cowes Week.Then I paid the woman the five shillings she asked for her hospitality and went on my way.Sir James attempted to exchange light bantering talk, asking Corbett if he wanted to experience his hospitality once again.So, in future editions, you will find a far greater emphasis on international hospitality management and education issues.Throughout these changes, the people of Miyako had continued their relaxed lifestyle and kept up a tradition of hospitality.The hospitality room is crammed with more new faces.Samoans are renowned for their hospitality.corporate hospitalityWe have agents and corporate hospitality.Sailing as corporate hospitality took off about a decade ago, with companies looking for a new way of hosting events.The page following features a big and bold advertisement for corporate hospitality and entertainment.This buys them a livery package, plus use of the yacht for corporate hospitality and during Land Rover Cowes Week.A new concept in corporate hospitality is roadshows.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhospitalityhos‧pi‧tal‧i‧ty /ˌhɒspəˈtælətiˌhɑː-/ noun [uncountable] MARKETINGservices such as food and drink that an organization provides for guests at a special eventThere was a reception in the hospitality suite before the game. corporate hospitality
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