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wait·ress

 (wā′trĭs)
n.
A woman who serves at a table, as in a restaurant. See Usage Note at -ess.

waitress

(ˈweɪtrɪs)
n
(Commerce) a woman who serves at table, as in a restaurant
vb
(Commerce) (intr) to act as a waitress

wait•ress

(ˈweɪ trɪs)
n.
1. a woman who waits on tables, as in a restaurant.
v.i.
2. to work or serve as a waitress.
[1580–90]
usage: See -ess, -person.

waitress


Past participle: waitressed
Gerund: waitressing

Imperative
waitress
waitress
Present
I waitress
you waitress
he/she/it waitresses
we waitress
you waitress
they waitress
Preterite
I waitressed
you waitressed
he/she/it waitressed
we waitressed
you waitressed
they waitressed
Present Continuous
I am waitressing
you are waitressing
he/she/it is waitressing
we are waitressing
you are waitressing
they are waitressing
Present Perfect
I have waitressed
you have waitressed
he/she/it has waitressed
we have waitressed
you have waitressed
they have waitressed
Past Continuous
I was waitressing
you were waitressing
he/she/it was waitressing
we were waitressing
you were waitressing
they were waitressing
Past Perfect
I had waitressed
you had waitressed
he/she/it had waitressed
we had waitressed
you had waitressed
they had waitressed
Future
I will waitress
you will waitress
he/she/it will waitress
we will waitress
you will waitress
they will waitress
Future Perfect
I will have waitressed
you will have waitressed
he/she/it will have waitressed
we will have waitressed
you will have waitressed
they will have waitressed
Future Continuous
I will be waitressing
you will be waitressing
he/she/it will be waitressing
we will be waitressing
you will be waitressing
they will be waitressing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been waitressing
you have been waitressing
he/she/it has been waitressing
we have been waitressing
you have been waitressing
they have been waitressing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been waitressing
you will have been waitressing
he/she/it will have been waitressing
we will have been waitressing
you will have been waitressing
they will have been waitressing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been waitressing
you had been waitressing
he/she/it had been waitressing
we had been waitressing
you had been waitressing
they had been waitressing
Conditional
I would waitress
you would waitress
he/she/it would waitress
we would waitress
you would waitress
they would waitress
Past Conditional
I would have waitressed
you would have waitressed
he/she/it would have waitressed
we would have waitressed
you would have waitressed
they would have waitressed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.waitress - a woman waiterwaitress - a woman waiter      
bunny, bunny girl - a young waitress in a nightclub whose costume includes the tail and ears of a rabbit
server, waiter - a person whose occupation is to serve at table (as in a restaurant)
Verb1.waitress - serve as a waiter or waitress in a restaurant; "I'm waiting on tables at Maxim's"
work - exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity; "I will work hard to improve my grades"; "she worked hard for better living conditions for the poor"
Translations
servírka
servitrice
tarjoilijatartarjoilija
konobarica
pincérnő
ウェイトレス
웨이트리스
natakarica
servitris
บริกรหญิง
người hầu bàn nữ

waitress

[ˈweɪtrɪs] Ncamarera f, mesera f (Mex), mesonera f (Ven)

waitress

[ˈweɪtrəs] nserveuse f

waitress

nKellnerin f, → Serviererin f; waitress!Fräulein!
vikellnern

waitress

[ˈweɪtrɪs] ncameriera

waitress

نَادِلَة servírka servitrice Kellnerin σερβιτόρα camarera, mesera tarjoilijatar serveuse konobarica cameriera ウェイトレス 웨이트리스 serveerster servitør kelnerka empregada de mesa, garçonete официантка servitris บริกรหญิง kadın garson người hầu bàn nữ 女服务员
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But Daylight's steadfast contention was that his wife should not become cook, waitress, and chambermaid because she did not happen to possess a household of servants.
Presently the waitress entered and gave her a letter from Margaret.
Addressing this latter remark to the waitress, in a tone of subdued grief, Mr.
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