Examples of waiter in a Sentence
waiters at that elegant restaurant must go through an extended training program before being allowed to serve customers
Recent Examples of waiter from the Web
The venture is formal enough that a waiter scoops bone marrow over the cavatappi yet lighthearted enough that English muffins with house-cultured butter aren’t out of place.
Waiters in the cafeteria were recorded on videos raising their hands in a shrug to indicate that the food had run out, while dozens were still awaiting their meal.
Because the federal minimum wage for waiters is only $2.13, and restaurants expect diners to help their servers afford rent.
Roberto Benigni stars as Guido, a cheery waiter whose happy bubble is burst when he, his wife, and his son are imprisoned.
Be sure to dip into the vast cellar of Italian wines—the waiters always know best.
Our waiter, who was a great sport and fairly hilarious, guided us through the Italian themed desert menu.
That could include teachers, city employees, waiters, hotel staff and people who work at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Schwenker said.
The Justice Department banned German and Italian barbers, servers and busboys from Washington's hotels and restaurants because three of the would-be saboteurs had worked as waiters in America.
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First Known Use of waiter
WAITER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of waiter for English Language Learners
: a man who serves food or drinks to people in a restaurant
WAITER Defined for Kids
Definition of waiter for Students
: a person who serves food to people at tables
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