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    coat check

    Dear native speakers,

    what do the undelined parts mean in the following sentece?

    "The catere's services were really inclusive: food, wine, flowers, decorations, coat check, music, and master of ceremonies."
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    Re: coat check

    Quote Originally Posted by haseli22 View Post
    Dear native speakers,

    what do the undelined parts mean in the following sentece?

    "The catere's services were really inclusive: food, wine, flowers, decorations, coat check, music, and master of ceremonies."
    Thanks.
    The caterer provided a number of services. Among those services he provided was a service where an attendant took and put away the coats of the guests. He also provided a person to speak to the guests and announce what was going to happen next, or to announce who the next speaker was going to be - this person is called a master of ceremonies.

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