from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The holder or operator of a concession.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. one who holds a concession or a right granted (for example, by the government) to conduct a certain business
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The beneficiary of a concession or grant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A concessioner or concessionary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who holds or operates a concession
The concessionaire is a joint venture involving ARAMARK, the Phillies and World Wide Concessions.
28D: Ballpark concessionaire's offerings (sodas) - yes, try calling him a "concessionaire" next time you are at the ballpark.
Asked a little later if the concessionaire would be expected to work with the restaurant union, she indicated that was the case.
But hardware store owner Dan O'Donnell said broken parking meters could be found along Armitage Avenue, and for two weeks no one from the city or the parking concessionaire showed up to do anything.
I run one of the larger operators of public recreation concessions in the country, and our company is the current store and marina concessionaire at Patagonia Lake State Park and Slide Rock State Park.
One of the audits was standard procedure (as a concessionaire to the US Forest Service, audits are sometimes required on certain contracts) and one was based on employee complaints.
Legends Hospitality, the concessionaire co-owned by the New York Yankees, the Dallas Cowboys, and Goldman Sachs, allegedly pockets the 20 percent service fee attached to food and drink in violation of New York law, according to a class-action lawsuit filed against the company by three Yankee Stadium servers this week.
OUCH - At Yankee Stadium, the concessionaire co-owned by the New York Yankees, the Dallas Cowboys, and Goldman Sachs allegedly pockets the 20 percent service fee attached to food and drink in violation of New York law, according to a class-action lawsuit filed against the company by three Yankee Stadium servers this week.
The concessionaire has met all of his obligations to the City under the agreement.
"The concession agreement is for 30 years under which 51% of the revenue will be put into the port terminal while the rest will be retained by the concessionaire," said Rakesh Shrivastava, joint secretary in charge of ports at the shipping ministry.