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Translation of "reception" - English-Spanish dictionary

reception

noun   /rɪˈsep·ʃən/
B1 the place in a hotel or office building where people go when they arrive recepción Ask for me at reception.
a formal party to celebrate a special event or to welcome someone evento, banquete a wedding reception
B1 the place in a hotel or office building where people go when they arrive recepción Ask for me at reception.
(Definition of reception from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

reception

noun /rəˈsepʃən/
the act of receiving or being received recepción, acogida His speech got a good reception.
a formal party or social gathering to welcome guests recepción a wedding reception.
the quality of radio or television signals recepción Radio reception is poor in this area.
the part of a hotel, hospital etc where visitors enter and are attended to recepción She went to the hotel reception to check in.
receptionist noun
a person who is employed (eg in a hotel, office etc ) to answer the telephone, attend to guests, clients etc recepcionista She works as a hotel receptionist.
(Definition of reception from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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