Translation of waiter in Spanish:


camarero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈweɪtə//ˈweɪdər/


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    camarero masculine
    mesero masculine Latin America
    mozo masculine Southern Cone Colombia
    mesonero masculine Venezuela
    • He said that the restaurant has about five waiters on duty during busy periods.
    • She worked in the kitchen while her children served as waiters and helpers.
    • Lauren and I went to Osteria tonight and the waiters outnumbered the customers.
    • Arriving passengers greet their cabin stewards and table waiters like long-lost family friends with smiling handshakes, hugs and much backslapping.
    • The waiter also serves as a wine steward, so passengers generally need to know what vintages they like or dislike.
    • The waiters serve the women at each table first.
    • Outside, scores of people mill about, waiters serve free coffee and soda, and a long queue waits to get into the hall.
    • The WCB regulations on second-hand smoke might well prevent a waiter from serving a customer who is smoking.
    • What restaurants need are professional waiters.
    • Service to start with was very slow, although not surprising when you have 2 waiters for a full restaurant.
    • Just as I gather up my courage to start a conversation with my neighbor, impeccably dressed waiters appear and begin serving dinner.
    • They hold low-wage jobs as restaurant waiters, street cleaners, construction workers, and dishwashers.
    • Ask restaurant waiters which menu items are vegetarian.
    • Hackneyed and sterile, the Rockwell is ideal if you are looking for vastly overpriced drinks served by offhand waiters with pathetically slow service.
    • I settled into one of the leather banquettes for a leisurely tea service, including scones and a slice of custard pie served by white-jacketed waiters.
    • Then the head waiter rushes up with a candle.
    • She worked in a few different places but finally settled down in a restaurant as a waiter and bartender.
    • At these coastal restaurants, the waiters might be wearing ties and the tables could be draped with linen, but customers are still welcome in shorts and flip-flops.
    • The young chefs and waiters were delighted with the opportunity of preparing and serving food to their teachers.
    • Zombori worked as a busboy and saw how the world's top waiters treated customers.