waitressing


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waitressing

(ˈweɪtrɪsɪŋ)
n
(Commerce) the act of serving at table, as in a restaurant
Translations

waitressing

[ˈweɪtrɪsɪng] N to do waitressingtrabajar de camarera
to get a job waitressingobtener un trabajo de camarera

waitressing

[ˈweɪtrəsɪŋ] nservice m (dans la restauration)

waitressing

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Mel: I am very, very serious when it comes to waitressing.
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Synopsis: Christina Davenport, waitressing to pay the bills, has abandoned her childhood dream of becoming a magician--until she meets the mesmerizing Reynaldo the Magnificent.
I also want to say thank you to the ladies of Coatham Lodge who helped by doing the waitressing, and John who put up the tables and arranged chairs for me.
As per the plan, students will be trained in eight streamscooking, baking, housekeeping, waitressing, bartending, gift packaging, street vendors training and event management.
Back in 1991, she was just as good at multitasking when, waitressing at three restaurants, she was cast in off-Broadway play "Absent Friends" at City Center Stage--and earned her first review in Variety.