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American English: /ˈweɪtˌpərs(ə)n/
British English: /ˈweɪtpəːs(ə)n/

Translation of waitperson in Spanish:

noun plural waitpersons

  • (American English)
    camarero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)
    mesero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine) (Latin America)
    mozo, (-za) (masculine, feminine) (Colombia) (Southern Cone)
    mesonero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine) (Venezuela)
    Example sentences
    • Can you negotiate with the sushi chef, or must everything go through a waitperson?
    • Disarming as beauty is when paired with charm, the waitpersons are also as informed as they are informal.
    • And the waitperson explained that shrimp and bacon are not an exchangeable menu item - it would have to be one or the other.

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