noun wait·ron \ˈwā-ˌträn, -trən\

Definition of WAITRON

Origin of WAITRON

blend of waiter or waitress and -tron (suggesting the machinelike impersonality of such work), later (perhaps influenced by neutron) taken as a gender-neutral term
First Known Use: 1980


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