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This tag is for questions seeking a word that fits a meaning. If you actually seek a phrase, or don't care, see the "phrase-request" tag.

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The industry standard phrase here is "confirmed guest". It's used pretty much universally in restaurants and hotels in the US. One could create, as Catija has done, the word "reservee", and a native …
answered Jul 29 '15 by TBridges42
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"Speaking for" someone and "speaking on behalf of" someone mean essentially the same thing, with one fairly major difference. To really be "speaking on behalf" of someone, that someone needs to consen …
answered Jul 30 '15 by TBridges42
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I would use "perpendicular to" if I was going to emphasize its orientation. Otherwise I would use "to" or "in" as JMB said in his comment. The reason is because this is the correct orientation, and an …
answered Aug 3 '15 by TBridges42