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waitress
American English: /ˈweɪtrɪs/
British English: /ˈweɪtrəs/

Translation of waitress in Spanish:

noun

  • camarera (feminine)
    mesera (feminine) (Latin America)
    moza (feminine) (Colombia) (Southern Cone)
    mesonera (feminine) (Venezuela)
    Example sentences
    • We didn't have long to wait before a cheerful waitress seated us at a small table for two near a window.
    • She was the only waitress who refused to serve the bikers who dined there several times a week.
    • Flash has the friendliest bouncers, most evil bar tenders and sweetest waitresses of any club.

intransitive verb

  • trabajar de camarera ( or mesera etc)

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