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hospitality 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˌhäspiˈtalitē/,
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The friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers,
  1. Denoting a suite or room in a hotel where visitors are entertained, typically at a convention
    • - liquor flowed most freely in the hospitality suites of thirteen candidates
  2. Relating to or denoting the business of housing or entertaining visitors
    • - the hospitality industry
Noun
  1. The friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers


  1. cordial reception: kindness in welcoming guests or strangers
  2. Hospitality is the relationship between guest and host, or the act or practice of being hospitable. Specifically, this includes the reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers, resorts, membership clubs, conventions, attractions, special events, and other services for travelers ...
  3. Hospitality is an album by breakcore artist Venetian Snares. It was released in October 23, 2006 on Planet Mu. Just like Cavalcade of Glee and Dadaist Happy Hardcore Pom Poms, released more or less at the same time, it has a distinctly melodic approach. ...
  4. The business of providing catering, lodging and entertainment service; The act or service of welcoming, receiving, hosting, or entertaining guests
  5. Promotional activity within a sponsored event attended by special guests.
  6. is the hosting of key customers, clients, government officials, employees and other VIPs at an event and can involve tickets, parking dining and other amenities, often in a specially designated area.
  7. This is the general term and designation employed to describe the efforts by a host unit at a bridge tournament in order to make the visiting players feel comfortable and welcomed. These efforts are more endorsed and concerted generally for newer players in the Intermediate and Newcomer area. ...
  8. Includes entertaining, meals, receptions, tickets to entertainment, social or sports events, participation in sporting events, such activities being given or received to initiate or develop relationships between business people. ...
  9. Refers to food and drinks provided to the ticket holder by the venue or the event, usually for free.
  10. John wrote to encourage those who were kind to others. Genuine hospitality for traveling Christian workers was needed then and is still important today. This is imporant as faithful Christian teachers and missionaries need our support. ...
  11. the virtue which induces us to feed and lodge certain persons who are not in need of food and lodging.
  12. A common social and cultural topic (a subtexture of social and cultural texture), hospitality is the welcoming of strangers as guests into one's home to dine or lodge. ...
  13. the tradition of hospitality demanded that even enemies provide protection for guests and hosts. This tradition carries on into the nineteenth and even twentieth centuries.
  14. Takes place when the Holy Spirit empowers a believer to reveal Christ's love through hospitality. (Rom. 12:13; Rom. 16:23; 1 Tim. 5:10)
  15. The gift of Hospitality is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to provide a welcoming atmosphere for people who come to their home or church. (see 1 Peter 4:9, Romans 12:9-13, Romans 16:23, Acts 16:14-15, Heb. 13:1-2)
  16. The feeling that guests take with them from their experience with the operation. It refers to the interaction between a guest and host—the service, care, and attention.
  17. All food, beverage and snacks to be provided to the Artists before and after the show.
  18. 1. Generous and cordial reception of guests. 2. An arrangement found in many congregations in these parts to thank public speakers. Usually some family either takes the speaker and his family to a restaurant or has them over to their home for a meal and to visit. ...
  19. n. One of many virtues lost in modern life.
  20. FRIENDLY (2h)alt.INVITE, that is, (2h)[5], POs > signer, FOs ><, hands are held at face and FT wg while moving > respective sides.
  21. An area set aside for Coaches and Officials at a swim meet.  The host club usually provides breakfast, lunch, sometimes dinner, and snack items.
  22. An event or gathering usually separate from the exhibit, in which refreshments are served and exhibitor personnel and invited guests socialize.
  23. The gift that enables us, out of a concern for the comfort of others, to make people feel welcome and at ease, and to provide cheerful fellowship, including food and lodging.
  24. Provide baked goods or snacks as needed for different school events.
  25. ospitality Models are usually booked to Meet & Greet Potential Customers, Demonstrate Products, Open Venues, etc. Models are good communicators and can ensure that your Client/Customers are looked after and enjoy your Event. ...