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waitron

Syllabification: wait·ron
Pronunciation: /ˈwāträn, -trən
 
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Definition of waitron in English:

noun

US
A waiter or waitress (used as a neutral alternative).
Example sentences
  • We are naked, as it were, under the glinting gaze of waitrons and sales staffs across America.
  • You walk in around lunchtime, the vibe is right, there are no step-dancing waitrons, and the cheesecake is set on auto-spin.
  • By the time I concluded that yes, I did indeed need a piece of carrot cake and successfully bounced a rolled-up napkin off my waitron's neck, a saxophonist appeared.

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