1. to go to a hospitality event:
to attend an event held by a company to say thank you to employees or clients
- I don't think I will go to the hospitality event this year.
- I have to go to the hospitality event next week because all of my clients will be there.
2. a raffle:
a type of lottery in which people buy chances to win and then winning tickets or numbers are randomly selected
- We will have a raffle at the hospitality event. Each ticket will cost $5 and there will be many prizes that people can win.
- They are having a raffle. Do you want to buy a ticket?
3. to afford something:
to be able to buy something with the money one has
- I can't afford a BMW, but I can afford a Kia.
- I can't afford to live in this neighborhood now, but I might be able to afford it in 10 years.