Definitions for waiter
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word waiter.
a person whose occupation is to serve at table (as in a restaurant)
a person who waits or awaits
A male attendant who serves customers in a restaurant, cafe or similar.
Waiter! There's a fly in my soup.
Someone who waits, such as at a table.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
An attendant; one who attends for the accommodation of others.
Etymology: from wait.
Let the drawers be ready with wine and fresh glasses;
Let the waiters have eyes, though their tongues must be ty’d. Ben Jonson, Tavern Academy.
The least tart or pie,
By any waiter there stolen and set by. Richard Corbet.
A man of fire is a general enemy to all the waiters where you drink. Tatler, №. 61.
The waiters stand in ranks; the yeomen cry,
Make room. Jonathan Swift.
one who, or that which, waits; an attendant; a servant in attendance, esp. at table
a vessel or tray on which something is carried, as dishes, etc.; a salver
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'waiter' in Nouns Frequency: #3016
The numerical value of waiter in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of waiter in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Those people, passers-by and relatives who used to laugh at me because of my short height now take selfies with me, i may live and die as a waiter, but I am happy that a person (Dinklage) who looks like me is treated with respect.
That is an astonishing statement to the millions of Americans who have worked as waiters. Go down to a T.G.I. Friday's, and by the way, this isn't just a waiter anywhere. This is a waiter at a really chichi hotel in Palm Beach. Donald Trump is really maintaining there are no Americans he could find willing to be waiters and waitresses?
Once we got seated within two minutes our waiter turned up with this white laminated sheet on which it was written people with children should ask their children to be quiet and not disturb other guests, i was shocked as my daughter is seven years old... She has no habit of creating chaos anywhere in public places.
With the billions of galaxies, etc., what difference does it make if the waiter brings peas or beans?
Let's face it, nobody wants a waiter who feels like they have to come to work when they're coughing or contagious, that's not good for anybody.
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- جرسون, نادل, نادلةArabic
- xörəkpaylayan, ofisiantAzerbaijani
- афіцыя́нт, афіцыя́нткаBelarusian
- Wartender, Wartende, Ober, Kellner, BedienungGerman
- tabloservistino, kelnero, virkelnero, tabloservisto, virtabloservistoEsperanto
- camarero, esperador, garzón, esperadora, mesonero, mozo, meseroSpanish
- گارسون, پیشخدمتPersian
- gille-frithealaidhScottish Gaelic
- tabloservisto, servistino, tabloservistulo, tabloservistino, servisto, garsono, servistuloIdo
- ウエーター, ウエイター, ウェイターJapanese
- даяшы, официантKazakh
- minister, ministri, architriclinusLatin
- padavėjas, kelneris, oficiantasLithuanian
- viesmīlis, viesmīle, oficiants, oficianteLatvian
- че́кач, коно́барка, ке́лнерка, ко́нобар, ке́лнерMacedonian
- хоол зөөгчMongolian
- ober, kelnerDutch
- servitørNorwegian Nynorsk
- kelner, ventendeNorwegian
- ospătar, chelnerRomanian
- официа́нтка, ке́льнер, жду́щий, официа́нт, ОфициантRussian
- kȍnobār, čȅkatelj, konobàrica, čȅkalac, čašnik, uslužiteljka, uslužitelj, ко̏ноба̄рSerbo-Croatian
- čašník, servírka, čašníčkaSlovak
- servitris, kypare, servitör, väntande, servitSwedish
- เด็กเสิร์ฟ, บริกรThai
- ofisian, ofisiantTurkmen
- офіціа́нт, офіціа́нтка, ке́льнер, офіціантUkrainian
- người hầu bàn, chị hầu bàn, phục vụ namVietnamese
- jibötan, jistebedan, hibötan, stebedan, histebedan, bötanVolapük
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