busser

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noun bus·ser \ˈbə-sər\

Definition of busser

plural

bussers

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  1. :  a person who removes dirty dishes and resets tables in a restaurant :  a restaurant worker who buses tables The classic service involves smoothly functioning teams of captains, waiters and bussers, who seem to know just how friendly to be without stepping over the line. — Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator, 15 Mar. 1995

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First Known Use of busser

1972


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