- 1.1 [Cinema/Cine] [Theater/Teatro] acomodador, (masculine, feminine) 1.2 (at wedding)persona allegada a los novios que se encarga de recibir y sentar a los invitados en la iglesiaMore example sentences1.3 (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) [Law/Derecho] ujier (masculine and feminine)
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- An usher at the cinema said the attendance had been better when the film was first released some weeks ago, but there were no sell-outs.
- As George, Gary, and I were going to be ushers at his wedding, we had to be at the wedding rehearsal the day before the wedding.
- Clearly an organized hostess, Lady Feina had hired ushers to seat each of her guests exactly where they were supposed to be seated.
- The juror then asked the usher to hand to prosecuting counsel a note.
- Before I could explain that it might not be a good idea, the juror had told an usher, the court official who looks after each jury.
- It took several minutes for the crowd to quiet down and ushers to restore order.