eating hall

Translations

eating hall

n (Am) → mensa
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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People moved from there to exchange details with the maitre d' opposite my table, before continuing into the eating hall.
The Mount Oswald scheme will deliver 1,000 beds to the university and will include a new building with a 300-seat eating hall, as well as sports and music facilities.
It includes offices, a nursery, six classrooms, a kitchen and a large eating hall to seat 450.
To give an impression of a huge compound or palace, the building was extended to include a large mosque, a huge eating hall, an exhibition hall and a library.
Work: Early each morning a dozen volunteers douse the kerosene heaters in their tumble down shacks, dress, wash up, trudge to the eating hall to dine on toast, cereal, fruit juice and cheese.
A short walk from his quarters lies the 'Restaurant of the Nations,' the eating hall for the athletes.
Steel bowls are dished out along with spoons and cups and everyone sits on the floor in rows in an eating hall as buckets of food are ladled out.
The site will also enable CUNY Hunter to create consolidated science and nursing facilities, eliminating the need for duplicate eating halls, libraries and other facilities at the current 25th Street campus, which will ultimately be vacated, the school's president said.
'The eating halls are open 24 hours a day, training is tapered down and you've got time on your hands so you tend to be sitting around in the eating halls a bit longer.'
As "sites of working-class culture," some unions offered activities such as photography classes, and many had bars and eating halls. The role of union press has also declined to what Aronowitz considers a "mere public relations vehicle for the established leadership."