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en pension

Line breaks: en pen|sion
Pronunciation: /ɒ̃ ˈpɒ̃sjɒ̃
 
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Definition of en pension in English:

adverb& adjective

As a boarder or lodger in a small hotel or private house.
Example sentences
  • Full en pension terms are available to guests staying at the same establishment for at least three to five days.
  • Hotels usually allow a reduction on the same en pension rate for children according to age.

Origin

French (see pension2).

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