Translation of waitperson in Spanish:


camarero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈweɪtˌpərs(ə)n//ˈweɪtpəːs(ə)n/

nounPlural waitpersons


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    camarero masculine
    camarera feminine
    mesero masculine Latin America
    mesera feminine Latin America
    mozo masculine Southern Cone Colombia
    moza feminine Southern Cone Colombia
    mesonero masculine Venezuela
    mesonera feminine Venezuela
    • And the waitperson explained that shrimp and bacon are not an exchangeable menu item - it would have to be one or the other.
    • Disarming as beauty is when paired with charm, the waitpersons are also as informed as they are informal.
    • But then, most waitpersons aren't very good at listening to customers, so it evens out.
    • Harrell shared a story of the ‘I like you because…’ variety and how it made a 15-year veteran waitperson's day.
    • I took him to the one joint in the city where I can pull the Cosmopolitan Sophisticate routine. No menus for us, waitperson; inform the chef that James is here, and he may cook what he pleases.
    • Can you negotiate with the sushi chef, or must everything go through a waitperson?
    • I first saw the new antihero last year on a waitperson's chest (slogan: ‘Cute but psycho’), but I didn't know her name then.
    • You don't have to treat your waitperson like your best buddy, but you should give them the same respect you'd expect from any business transaction.
    • As we were seated, our waitperson cryptically asked, ‘Have you dined here before?’
    • And I've never gone out to dinner with my dad when he hasn't gotten into an in-depth conversation with the waitperson.