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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshort-stayˈshort-stay adjective [only before noun] British English  short-stay hotels, car parks etc are places that you can stay for only a short time opp long-stay
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short-stayThey also agreed to convert the western side of Wellington Street North car park from a long-stay into a short-stay.When complete this autumn it will be the first purpose-built amenity to offer homeless youngsters short-stay accommodation coupled with skills training.A short-stay hostel was located at Kidderminster, with a long-stay hostel being provided at Worcester.People staying in some short-stay hostels or night shelters. 5.The cost of short-stay parking - for up to two hours - will rise by five pence.It will house short-stay patients, freeing beds in acute wards.Between 1986-95, they estimate a 33 percent rise in the number of over-75s hospitalised for short-stay treatment alone.
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