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reception

noun
 
 
/rɪˈsepʃən/
HOTEL/OFFICE [no plural] B1 the place in a hotel or office building where people go when they arrive
recepcja
Ask for me at reception. a reception area/deskArrivals and departures
PARTY [C] B2 a formal party that is given to celebrate a special event or to welcome someone
przyjęcie
a wedding reception Celebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
REACTION [no plural] the way people react to something or someone
przyjęcie, reakcja
We were given a very warm reception.Reacting and responding
RADIO/TV [U] the quality of a radio or television signal
odbiór
Communicating by telephone
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