hat-check girl

Translations

hat-check girl

[ˈhættʃekˌgɜːl] N (US) → encargada f del guardarropa
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A hat-check girl once said of her jewellery: "Goodness, what beautiful diamonds.
And because of her amazing Cinderella story of the hat-check girl at Liverpool's Cavern Club who went on to become one of the country's biggest stars.
A hat-check girl once said of her jewellery: Goodness, what beautiful diamonds.
And he had a fabulous love affair with a Puerto Rican hat-check girl.
To put herself through school, Frye worked as a babysitter, a dance hall hat-check girl and waitress.
With his smooth patter, it's no wonder that he sweeps hat-check girl Billie Frechette (Marion Cotillard) off her feet.
I've turned up this morning to check on the wellbeing of the filly and her trainer, and I'm busy minding my own business when Rae's head lad John Wilsoncroft bowls over and informs me that he's just spoken to his sister, who's a hat-check girl at the Ivy, and she met me last night, which comes as quite a shock because I've never been to the Ivy and don't possess a hat.
AMAZING TALENT: Brian with his favourite band (far left); advising Cavern hat-check girl Cilla Black (centre); and chatting with Gerry Marsden in the best of cellars (right).
He gives us almost a found poem in his report about a meal in Rome at Passetto's with Vidal who notices on the way out that the hat-check girl is reading a bodice-ripper romance in English and tells her, "You shouldn't be reading that drivel.
Monica had left school at 15 and had been on the streets since she was 19 after working as a hat-check girl in a club.
So she decided to get a job as a hat-check girl at the Cavern and watched the Beatles for nothing.