bus boy


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bus·boy

also bus boy  (bŭs′boi′)
n.
A restaurant employee who clears away dirty dishes, sets tables, and serves as an assistant to the wait staff; a busser.

bus boy

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busboy

n
(Professions) US and Canadian a waiter's assistant
Translations

bus boy

n (US) → Bedienungshilfe f

bus boy

n (Am) → aiuto m cameriere $
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The incident happened when Tucker was on his way to an interview for a bus boy at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que in Stamford, Connecticut.
The winemaker and owner of LOLA is Seth Cripe, who began his career as a bus boy in a restaurant on his native Anna Maria Island.
In real life, we have people like Arthur Bremer, the then 22-year-old bus boy who wanted a place in history by trying to kill the segregationist presidential candidate, George Wallace, in 1972, and in cinematic art, we have Travis Bickle, the alienated protagonist in Martin Scorsese's 1976 film Taxi Driver, who wanted to rid the world of phony, hypocritical politicians.
Set to take to the stage of The Drum in the role of clumsy bus boy Cyril - the Jamaican Manuel, perhaps - it's one of two productions featuring Ricky at the venue during November.
Cue lashings of glamour and glitterbombs and no doubt a bus boy or two.
As a last resort, his father called in a favour from a friend and packed his teenage son off to the Furama InterContinental in Hong Kong to work as a bus boy.
After graduating from college with an English degree he worked as a cook, bus boy, taxi driver, shipping clerk, lab technician, janitor, bartender and window washer on his way to establishing himself as an award winning songwriter for film (Twins, Runaway Bride, Serendipity), television (Touched By An Angel, Dawson's Creek, Miami Vice), and a host of major artists including Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, Joe Cocker and Randy Travis.
My first job was that of a bus boy in a Mexican restaurant in northern Virginia, I then became a waiter and by the age of 18 worked in a trendy bar in DC as a bartender, I also had a part time job with Glorious Food, which in those days was the best catering firm in DC, catering to the White House, embassies and international organisations.
Among others, it's Eppridge's haunting photo of a bus boy cradling a dying Kennedy that lives on with so many.
Coincidently, the nasty fellow who ran the bus boy nation said I would be fired shortly for not speaking enough French.
When I was a bus boy, I put in 110 percent until I was noticed, and moved up to salads.
In the show, Drew is an aspiring rocker working as a bus boy in a Sunset Strip rock club while Sherrie (Mullen) is a hopeful actress just off the bus from Kansas who gets a job at the club as a waitress.