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American English: /ˌhɑspəˈtælədi/
British English: /hɒspɪˈtalɪti/

Translation of hospitality in Spanish:


  • (before noun) (suite/lounge) (British English)
    de recepción
    hospitality area
    zona (feminine) VIP
    the hospitality committee
    el comité de recepción
    hospitality industry
    Example sentences
    • A rally was organised by various business houses in the hospitality industry.
    • Licensing trust members are elected under the Sale of Liquor Act to operate businesses in the hospitality industry.
    • He said 80 percent of them were now employed within the hospitality sector and various business houses.

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