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bed-and-breakfastnoun [C]

/ˈbed·ənˈbrek·fəst/ abbreviation B&B
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"bed and breakfast" in British English

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bed and breakfastnoun [C or U]

uk   /ˌbed ən ˈbrek.fəst/ us   /ˌbed ən ˈbrek.fəst/ abbreviation B and B, B & B
a room to sleep in for the night and a morning meal, or a private house or small hotel offering this: There are several bed and breakfast places near the station. We're staying at a farm that does bed and breakfast. Can you recommend a good bed and breakfast near Brighton?
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"bed and breakfast" in Business English

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bed and breakfastnoun

uk   us   abbreviation B & B, abbreviation B and B
[U] a service that provides a room to sleep in for the night and a morning meal: The price includes bed and breakfast and return flights. bed and breakfast accommodation for 29 people.
[C] a private house or small hotel that offers this service: The couple run a small bed and breakfast in the village.
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