Definition of bellhop in English:

bellhop

Syllabification: bell·hop
Pronunciation: /ˈbelˌhäp
 
/

noun

North American
An attendant in a hotel who performs services such as carrying guests' luggage.
More example sentences
  • Incoming patients are greeted by a uniformed doorman, attentive bellhops and a concierge who whisks guests to their rooms.
  • Others worked as cooks, waiters, and bellhops.
  • It's how waiters, bellhops, and street performers have always made a living - a system that encourages good service.

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