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    order control and fulfilment

    Good morning,
    I would like to ask about the correctness of the expression: order control and fulfilment. what is important is that the context does not concern economy, but the food at a restaurant. For example, waiting for a waiter to bring my food, can I also say that I'm waiting for my order fulfilment?


    What is more - daily accounting task and controlling closing cash balance, as one of the responsibilities at work - does it sound good?

    And, just to assure myself. The official name of a big room where people eat in a restaurant is DINING ROOM, like at home?

    Thank you in advance for your help and best wishes for Chrismas.

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    Re: order control and fulfilment

    Quote Originally Posted by xyz91 View Post
    For example, waiting for a waiter to bring my food, can I also say that I'm waiting for my order fulfilment?
    Only if you want to sound very unnatural.

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    Re: order control and fulfilment

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Only if you want to sound very unnatural.
    Yes, but i don't mean colloquial speech, i mean using this expression in CV - someone was responsible for order control and fulfilment at a restaurant. In this context is it ok?

    Thank you for answer.

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    Re: order control and fulfilment

    Quote Originally Posted by xyz91 View Post
    Yes, but i don't mean colloquial speech, i mean using this expression in CV - someone was responsible for order control and fulfilment at a restaurant. In this context is it ok?

    Thank you for answer.
    Why would you want to write about waiting for food in a CV?

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