Definition of 'departure lounge'
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A devotee of the package holiday, he compared life with being in transit at an airport departure lounge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Car parking is free and seconds away from the new departure lounge. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Angry passengers posted pictures on social media of luggage piled high in the departure lounge. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Many parents now like to make a conspicuous parade of their parenting and what better opportunity than the departure lounge? Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)The next-door bar is rearranged to suggest an airport departures lounge. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The airport's departure lounge has also been extended to handle more passengers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Once you are through security, you descend to the departure lounges. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One northern backbencher was in the airport departures lounge when his BlackBerry signalled the recall. Times, Sunday Times (2011)All those years he has been in the departure lounge; now he flies as high as any of them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The passengers then tried to get back into the airport 's departure lounge but found the doors had been locked behind them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Many a "high-flying" business executive can only manage to fly because he has taken a few whiskies in the departure lounge. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)I spend a lot of time on the Eurostar and in airport departure lounges. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I do not get stuck in packed airport departure lounges, waiting ages for announcements. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's not hard to see why she caught his attention at a Heathrow departure lounge. The Sun (2011)The average spend in the departure lounge for a family of four amounted to 116, according to the research. The Sun (2012)It's been the inside of airport departure lounges and aeroplane food for me since the Premiership season finished this month. The Sun (2006)THE departure lounge at Adelaide airport was a hive of activity on Tuesday. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Instead, I bought some of those disposable glasses you see in airport departure lounges. The Sun (2007)Slightly more than 115,000 people are booked to fly out today, making tonight the busiest night of the year so far in the departure lounge. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The dining area here is so large that I was worried it would feel like an airport departure lounge, only with better food. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'departure lounge'
British English: departure lounge /dɪˈpɑːtʃə laʊndʒ/ NOUN
In an airport, the departure lounge is the place where passengers wait before they get onto their plane.
- American English: departure lounge
- Arabic: صَالَة الـمُغَادَرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: sala de embarque
- Chinese: 候机休息室
- Croatian: čekaonica u zračnoj luci
- Czech: odletová hala
- Danish: afgangshal
- Dutch: vertrekhal
- European Spanish: sala de embarque
- Finnish: lähtöaula
- French: salle d’embarquement
- German: Abflughalle
- Greek: αίθουσα αναχωρήσεων
- Italian: sala partenze
- Japanese: 出発ラウンジ
- Korean: 공항 라운지
- Norwegian: avgangshall
- Polish: sala odlotów
- European Portuguese: sala de embarque
- Romanian: sală de așteptare
- Russian: зал ожидания
- Spanish: sala de embarque
- Swedish: avgångshall
- Thai: ห้องพักผู้โดยสารที่จะเดินทางออก
- Turkish: uçuş bekleme salonu
- Ukrainian: зал вильоту
- Vietnamese: phòng khởi hành
Definition of departure lounge from the Collins English Dictionary
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