In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1espera feminineno waiting — prohibido estacionar Latin America
- Its drive began when generous waiting staff donated a week's tips to the cause.
- Jin is part of the waiting staff while a confident Sun, looking beautiful, is part of the high society, it's her father's party.
- A special thank you to all the enthusiastic young waiting staff who worked so hard and were a pleasure to work with.
- There was a mix of waiting and bar staff, including Asians and people from the Continent, Australia and New Zealand.
2(serving)trabajar de camarerotrabajar de mesero Latin America
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