Definition of purser in English:

purser

Line breaks: pur¦ser
Pronunciation: /ˈpəːsə
 
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noun

An officer on a ship who keeps the accounts, especially the head steward on a passenger vessel.
More example sentences
  • One of them was the purser of the vessel who told us that it all happened very quickly in rough seas.
  • Enzo was the purser on a cruise ship up North and one of his jobs was to organise show time.
  • You'll have a double cabin to yourself, but pay less because you won't know which one until you board the ship and the purser directs you, basically, to whichever cabin is still unoccupied.

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