Definition of 'foyer'
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The panel heard yesterday how the two female officers made their way to the hotel foyer following an argument at the conference. The Sun (2016)As the clock ticked down to midnight the excitement in the cinema foyer was palpable. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The experience begins as soon as you set foot in the theatre foyer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our eyes met across the hotel foyer and there was more than a hint of recognition. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Detectives swooped on the trio in the foyer of the hotel in a dramatic raid. The Sun (2013)As soon as we entered the hotel foyer the manager smiled and came forward to help with my bags. The Sun (2015)No sooner had we entered the foyer than we began to understand why they had brought us to this place. A Channel of Peace (1993)He sits in the theatre 's empty foyer with a cup of tea and a croissant. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And this wasn't some tiny bijou hotel foyer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Second, they built a larger foyer to provide an area to visit. Christianity Today (2000)The Wimbledon champion walks through the foyer of a hotel that could hardly be more modest and bland if it tried. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Yesterday morning a number of Royal Exchange security staff could be seen taking photographs and making measurements in the foyer of the building. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The lobby is an exact replica of the old hotel foyer, with mosaics on the floor, vast ceiling plaster doughnuts and a sweeping spiral staircase. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'foyer'
British English: foyer NOUN
The foyer is the large area where people meet or wait just inside the main doors of a building.
I went and waited in the foyer.
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