noun (plural) -men
- a man employed to attend the doors of certain buildings
Translations for 'doorman'
- British English: doorman A doorman is a man who stands at the door of a club, prevents unwanted people from coming in, and makes people leave if they cause trouble.He was working as a club doorman.ˈdɔːˌmæn; -mən NOUN
- Arabic: بُوَّاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: porteiro porteira
- Chinese: 门卫
- Croatian: vratar
- Czech: dveřník
- Danish: dørmand
- Dutch: portier
- European Spanish: portero portera
- Finnish: ovimies
- French: portier
- German: Portier Portiers
- Greek: θυρωρός
- Italian: portierecustode
- Japanese: ドアマン
- Korean: 문지기
- Norwegian: dørvakt
- Polish: portier
- Portuguese: porteiro porteira
- Romanian: portar portari
- Russian: швейцар
- Spanish: portero portera
- Swedish: vaktmästare
- Thai: คนเปิดประตูหน้าโรงแรมหรืออาคารต่างๆ
- Turkish: kapıcı kapıcılar
- Ukrainian: швейцар
- Vietnamese: người gác cửa
Example Sentences Including 'doorman'
A doorman refused to let the tech in anda number of fans who had gathered at the entrance.
NME (New Musical Express) (2004)
A nightclub doorman was due in court today charged with the murder of a traffic policeman on Boxing Day.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2004)
Coming out of the King Eddy, talking with doorman Sean Loughran, I hear gunshots just around the corner on Toronto St. What gives?
Toronto Sun (2003)
Injured doorman Trevor Thirlwall, 28, told the jury he had been warned off giving evidence -or he would get "extremely hurt".
Sun, News of the World (2002)
She stood staring out in Carlos Place, oblivious to the doorman.
The Image of Laura
She told the doorman she did not want him allowed in the building.
The impressive doorman , a six-foot-two, bearded giant who looked like Orson Welles, was summoning a taxi.
To make more money he began working at nightclubs as a doorman , then barman.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)
We shot alongside the Hilton and left the car under the nose of a doorman.
Whistler in the Dark
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