In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1hospitalidad feminine(lounge/suite) de recepción Britishhospitality area — zona VIP feminine
- the hospitality committee — el comité de recepción
- hospitality industry — hotelería
- But a ban will be a disaster for the hospitality industry.
- I work in the hospitality industry and have to entertain clients a lot.
- The cheaper end of the hospitality industry includes a disproportionate number of lifestylers who offer bed and breakfast to make some pocket money.
- I love the hospitality industry, there's so much opportunity to move in your job and every day's different.
- Opponents claim the move will cost tens of thousands of jobs in the hospitality industry and voluntary no-smoking areas in bars are the answer.
- He has spent about 20 years in the hospitality industry and now relishes his position in Shanghai's newest hotel.
- He urged the hospitality industry to serve more traditional foods to visitors and tourists for them to have a real taste of Zambia.
- He said 80 percent of them were now employed within the hospitality sector and various business houses.
- It gives them the skills to work in the hospitality industry.
- This was probably one of the reasons that both brothers ended up in the hospitality business.
- Licensing trust members are elected under the Sale of Liquor Act to operate businesses in the hospitality industry.
- Michels, regarded as one of the leading lights of the hospitality industry, is unlikely to quit the sector and is expected to set up a new hotel venture soon.
- And those of us in the hospitality business can be thankful for the way in which we get to make our living.
- For years Paul had worked in the hospitality business working mainly in bars that had loud music.
- The aim was to expose the organisation's workforce to the latest trends and advances in the hospitality industry.
- A rally was organised by various business houses in the hospitality industry.
- But it's the subject of the hospitality industry and the Scottish workforce that really ignites Rissmann's passion.
- In 1985 Kieran and his wife Thelma settled in West Mayo and began life in the hospitality industry.
- He has been working in the hospitality business for the past 26 years and has traveled around the world.
- Oh, and the hospitality industry squeals that their profits will take a nose-dive if bans on smoking in public places are introduced.
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