Definition of waitstaff in English:

waitstaff

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Pronunciation: /ˈweɪtstɑːf
 
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noun

[treated as singular or plural] North American
Waiters and waitresses collectively: the waitstaff begins to relax as the last of the patrons lounge over cappuccino
More example sentences
  • Although the unmarked door would insinuate that only the coolest are welcome, once inside the waitstaff and bartenders are super friendly and accommodating.
  • The restaurant is cafeteria-style, so there's no waitstaff to rush you out.
  • But shrewd restaurateurs and bar owners know that the secret weapon lies in the hands of a highly trained waitstaff.

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