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demi-pension

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Pronunciation: /ˌdɛmɪˈpɒ̃sjɒ̃
 
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Definition of demi-pension in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Hotel accommodation with bed, breakfast, and one main meal per day.
Example sentences
  • Please note that during certain times of year, some hotels require the purchase of the demi-pension package.
  • Rates start at about $74 per person double, including breakfast, and $92 per person for demi-pension.
  • Lodging with families in Versailles includes demi-pension (breakfast daily, and dinner five days a week).

Origin

French, literally 'half board'.

Words that rhyme with demi-pension

pension

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