lobbying in English
n. lobbying, act of attempting to convince public officials to favor a certain cause or take a certain action
Do you want to walk around the lobby before going in?
Will Mr Verteuil and Mr Savignac take a stroll around the lobby before entering?
Why don’t they take a walk around the lobby?
Albert watched Rossi turn, retreat back into the lobby and then move towards the closest elevator.
By the time the elevator doors opened on the lobby floor, Albert was talking busily with a number of his colleagues.
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.
Outside in the lobby a district attorney was waiting for his turn.
The hotel lobby was awash with suits and name tags.
While the elevator descended to the lobby he considered his immediate options.
Scientists have no pressing need to come and lobby us.