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"front-of-house" in British English

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front-of-housenoun [U]

uk   /ˌfrʌnt.əvˈhaʊs/  us   /ˌfrʌnt.əvˈhaʊs/ UK specialized
the area in a theatre that is used by the public
(Definition of front-of-house from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"front of house" in Business English

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front of housenoun [U]

uk   us   WORKPLACE
the part of a business such as a restaurant or hotel where the employees deal directly with customers: The front of house service is ultra-efficient and observant, yet human and personable.
the employees of a restaurant, hotel, etc. who deal directly with customers: If the front of house was more knowledgeable about the ingredients, then it would save them having to ask the chef for the information.
(Definition of front of house from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “front-of-house”
in Chinese (Simplified) (剧院中供观众使用的)前厅,大厅…
in Chinese (Traditional) (劇院中供觀眾使用的)前廳,大廳…
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