Definition of 'hospitality'
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The club said tickets and hospitality were still provided for the family. The Sun (2016)Hospitality is about food, alcohol and making people happy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are also concerns that the church holds too much influence over councillors, who have accepted some gifts and lavish hospitality. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The club said tickets and hospitality were still provided for the family. The Sun (2016)Hospitality is about food, alcohol and making people happy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are also concerns that the church holds too much influence over councillors, who have accepted some gifts and lavish hospitality. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But the days when lavish hospitality was expected and accepted are long gone. AT HOME WITH THE QUEEN: The Inside Story of the Royal Household (2002)Most will come home with glowing reports about their food and hospitality. The Sun (2010)Pubs are perfectly placed to provide the hospitality at sites next to hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2011) People in the hospitality industry there are genuinely hospitable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We are primarily a hospitality company that happens to have film as one of its products. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But the food, hospitality and childcare are superlative. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He seems oblivious that he is ignoring their guest and offending an upset wife who has done her best to provide genuine hospitality. Christianity Today (2000)The hospitality of people here brings love, hope and joy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For me it's always been about hospitality and feeding people. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I tried not to feel corrupted by his small acts of kindness and hospitality. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The lavish hospitality was reciprocal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Major group of hospitality people. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He converted the crumbling building into a luxurious hotel which opened in 2001 and is now owned by an independent hospitality company. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A worker beyond belief, exuding charm and hospitality. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was the worst possible example of hospitality, food, ambience. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's precisely not what food, hospitality and feeding people you love is all about. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The hospitality was lavish as we were put up in the gorgeous Savoy Hotel in the centre of the city. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is an old inn, which has kept its charm and hospitality, making this family house worth a visit. A Passion for Food (1989)Those who went to see her in Tasmania were offered equally generous hospitality provided she didn't suspect they were just snooping. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'hospitality'
British English: hospitality /ˌhɒspɪˈtælɪtɪ/ NOUN
Hospitality is friendly, welcoming behaviour towards guests or strangers.
Every visitor to Georgia notices the kindness and hospitality of the people.
- American English: hospitality
- Arabic: حُسْنُ الضِّيَافَةُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: hospitalidade
- Chinese: 好客
- Croatian: gostoljubivost
- Czech: pohostinnost
- Danish: gæstfrihed
- Dutch: gastvrijheid
- European Spanish: hospitalidad
- Finnish: vieraanvaraisuus
- French: hospitalité
- German: Gastfreundschaft
- Greek: φιλοξενία
- Italian: ospitalità
- Japanese: 歓待
- Korean: 환대
- Norwegian: gjestfrihet
- Polish: gościnność
- European Portuguese: hospitalidade
- Romanian: ospitalitate
- Russian: гостеприимство
- Spanish: hospitalidad
- Swedish: gästfrihet
- Thai: การรับรองแขก
- Turkish: konukseverlik
- Ukrainian: гостинність
- Vietnamese: lòng hiếu khách
Definition of hospitality from the Collins English Dictionary
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