Definition of 'bartender'
Example sentences containing 'bartender'
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Webb caught the bartender 's eye, saw that his eavesdropping had been noted. DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY (1999)Frank took a large ring of keys from a bartender, then led me out to the front of the club. DOUBTING THOMAS (1999)
The bartender told us Lawson claimed his grandfather was some kind of big deal on the reservation. BREACH OF DUTY (1999)
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Translations for 'bartender'
British English: bartender /ˈbɑːˌtɛndə/ NOUN
A bartender is a person who serves drinks in a bar.
- American English: bartender
- Arabic: ساقٍ في حَانَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: barman
- Chinese: 酒吧服务员
- Croatian: pipničar
- Czech: barman
- Danish: bartender
- Dutch: barkeeper
- European Spanish: camarero barman
- Finnish: baarimikko
- French: barman
- German: Bartender
- Greek: μπάρμαν
- Italian: barista
- Japanese: バーテンダー
- Korean: 바텐더
- Norwegian: bartender
- Polish: barman
- European Portuguese: empregado de bar
- Romanian: barman
- Russian: бармен
- Spanish: camarero
- Swedish: bartender
- Thai: บาร์เทนเดอร์
- Turkish: barmen
- Ukrainian: бармен
- Vietnamese: người phục vụ ở quầy rượu
Definition of bartender from the Collins English Dictionary
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