Translation of server in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈsɜːrvər; ˈsɜːvə(r)/


  • 1 1.1 (utensil) cubierto (masculine) de servir 1.2 (dish) fuente (feminine); (tray) bandeja (feminine) 1.3 (in restaurant) (American English/inglés norteamericano) camarero, (masculine, feminine), mesero, (masculine, feminine) (Latin America/América Latina) , mozo, (masculine, feminine) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) , mesonero, (masculine, feminine) (Venezuela)
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    • I want to thank you the waiters, the servers everyone was so nice and kind.
    • If bartenders and servers are insufficiently trained, every aspect of the operation suffers.
    • The set up crew stayed behind to act as servers, which gave the host and hostess time to interact with their guests.
  • 2 [Sport/Deporte]jugador que tiene el saque
  • 3 [Religion/Religión] monaguillo (masculine), acólito (masculine)
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    • Have you considered being a cup bearer, alter server, Eucharistic minister, and/or reader?
    • The altar servers were Ashling and Niamh Farrell and Nellie Casey.
    • He also thanked the choir, the reader, the collectors, Eucharistic ministers, altar servers and all present.
  • 4 [Computing/Informática] servidor (masculine)
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    • When I go to the Macintosh, I can see the Linux server and access any file I want from it.
    • Access to reboot these servers remotely was not part of our job description.
    • Sales of storage systems, laptops, servers, software and printers jumped as well.

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