Definition of waitperson in English:

waitperson

Syllabification: wait·per·son
Pronunciation: /ˈwātˌpərs(ə)n/

noun (plural waitpersons)

chiefly North American
A waiter or waitress (used as a neutral alternative).
More 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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