lobbying in English

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n. act of attempting to convince public officials to favor a certain cause or take a certain action
n. lobbying, act of attempting to convince public officials to favor a certain cause or take a certain action

Example Sentences

Do you want to walk around the lobby before going in?
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Will Mr Verteuil and Mr Savignac take a stroll around the lobby before entering?
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Why don’t they take a walk around the lobby?
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Albert watched Rossi turn, retreat back into the lobby and then move towards the closest elevator.
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By the time the elevator doors opened on the lobby floor, Albert was talking busily with a number of his colleagues.
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He needed a coffee, but he knew it would turn into a stiff drink as soon as the elevator doors opened up onto the lobby floor.
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Outside in the lobby a district attorney was waiting for his turn.
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The hotel lobby was awash with suits and name tags.
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While the elevator descended to the lobby he considered his immediate options.
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Scientists have no pressing need to come and lobby us.
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