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restaurateur
American English: /ˌrɛstərəˈtər/
British English: /ˌrɛst(ə)rəˈtəː/

Translation of restaurateur in Spanish:

noun

  • restaurador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine) [journalese]
    (propietario de un restaurante)
    Example sentences
    • Hotel proprietors, restaurateurs and publicans are unanimous on the point and not one of them regrets the changed habits of their patrons.
    • One of the difficulties associated with the restaurant industry is a restaurateur's reliance on others.
    • Further, those engaged in the hotel and restaurant business must take out civil liability insurance for hoteliers and restaurateurs.

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