hospitality

noun
ADJECTIVE
generous, gracious (esp. AmE), lavish (esp. BrE), warm
Scottish, Southern, etc.
corporate

the company's corporate hospitality budget

VERB + HOSPITALITY
extend (formal), offer (sb), provide (sb with), show sb

We would like to thank you for the warm hospitality extended to us during our recent visit.

accept

We were glad to accept their generous hospitality.

enjoy
repay, return

You must allow me to repay your hospitality.

abuse (esp. BrE)
PREPOSITION
hospitality to

a duty to offer hospitality to strangers


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