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Architectural ContextPlay
The term 'lobby' is often used in relation to buildings such as hotels, theaters, or public buildings, indicating a communal space. SlideMeet me in the theater lobby before the show.
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Neutral GroundPlay
'Lobby' does not suggest any emotional atmosphere; it's simply a practical space within a structure. SlideInformation can be found at the reception desk in the lobby.
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Public WaitingPlay
Use 'lobby' when referring to a place for people to sit or wait, typically furnished with seats and informational brochures. SlideThe lobby was full of people waiting for the conference to start.