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commis
American English: /ˈkɑːmi/
British English: /ˈkɒmi/

Translation of commis in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English)
    (ayudante de cocinero o camarero)
    Example sentences
    • The contest brings together 24 invited countries from around the world, challenging 24 chefs and their commis to be judged by the most senior chefs in the world.
    • I imagine chefs bully their commis now by shouting: ‘What's your motivation for this collection of ingredients?’
    • And if the father is not a cordon bleu chef, he could still be a commis chef and clean the pots and pans.

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