Translation of barkeeper in Spanish:
- (American English/inglés norteamericano) (bar owner) tabernero, (masculine, feminine); (male bartender) barman (masculine), camarero (masculine) (Spain/España) ; (female bartender) mesera (feminine) or (Spain/España) camarera (feminine) or (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) moza (feminine)Example sentences
- Her barkeeps have researched new drinks for the spring, and they've tweaked and taste-tested a lot of cocktails to get just the right balance of sour, sweet, bitter and strength.
- Enchanters liked to wander around the land rewarding people for good deeds and occasionally getting drunk and rewarding barkeeps for good beer.
- She made her way through the couples still standing on the dance floor and then ordered a drink from the barkeeper who happened to be a good friend of hers.
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