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no-show
American English: /ˈnoʊ ˌʃoʊ/

Translation of no-show in Spanish:

noun

  • (pasajero que no se presenta a un vuelo para el cual ha reservado una plaza)
    Example sentences
    • Supervisors need to predetermine how to handle no-shows or canceled appointments related to hospital visits, illnesses, or death of a family member.
    • Hotels must juggle cancellations, no-shows, guests who extend their stays beyond their original reservations and rooms that are taken out of service for repairs.
    • Elton John, Liam Neeson, and Michael Douglas were no-shows - unlike the guests of Liza's mother Judy Garland's generation, including Kirk Douglas and Judy's regular co-star Mickey Rooney.

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