English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a cafeteria: a canteen, a self-service restaurant (usually in schools, hospitals, or places of work)
- "We are not the only company in the building, and we must abide by the owner's decisions concerning cafeteria policy."
- "The next day at work, I went to the cafeteria for a quick breakfast, still thinking about how great it would be to learn French."
- "All that aside, this month found an overwhelming number of comments relating to our cafeteria."
- "I'll be hosting the event in the Delavigne cafeteria with nothing but earplugs and a bottle of strong Scotch to kill the pain."
- "they control the media, the global economy, the press, the government, the weather and the menu at the Delavigne cafeteria."
- "Susie : Alright Philip, I'll meet you in the cafeteria for tea at around 4:00 PM tomorrow afternoon."
- "Please keep in mind that there is very little the Delavigne Corp can do in regard to the cafeteria, whose services are managed by the owners of the Treasure Trove Towers."
- "As ever, the place to be is at our customary table in the cafeteria."
- "You basically represent two people at this office: Dave in the cafeteria, whom you bribed with two beers and a piece of cake, and Laura in accounts, who thought she was signing up for a cruise to Hawaii."
- "Also, I am not a fan of the cafeteria food."
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