Translation for 'waiter' from English to Greek
NOUN   a waiter | waiters
SYNO server | waiter
waiter {noun}
σερβιτόρος {ο}
waiter {noun}
γκαρσόνι {το} [κοιν.]
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Translation for 'waiter' from English to Greek

waiter {noun}
σερβιτόρος {ο}γαστρ.εργασία

γκαρσόνι {το} [κοιν.]γαστρ.εργασία
Usage Examples English
  • Waiter Guy (Michael Traynor): A waiter who Eden sleeps with.
  • The waiter collapses and goes into convulsions. Panicked, Paulie shoots the waiter and retrieves the $1,200 in cash before running away.
  • For example, when a normally pleasant waiter is being rude to his/her customer, the customer may assume he/she has a bad character.
  • In the "Agatha Christie's Poirot" episode "Hercule Poirot's Christmas", Poirot asks a waiter "What is this Brown Windsor Soup?
  • A staging of a Futurist supper during which the waiter poured water over Paul Morley who then punched the waiter and walked out.

  • He returns to the waiter who slipped him the note in the "Shadow of the Torturer" saying that Agia had been there before.
  • Sartre cites a café waiter, whose movements and conversation are a little too "waiter-esque".
  • Virtual Magic Kingdom featured a single room inspired by the Blue Bayou. The waiter was Gator Waiter. "Magic words" such as "mint julep" and "gumbo" allowed players to order food and drink.
  • In the 1980s, he made only two films "Waiter!" ("Garçon!", 1983), a drama starring Yves Montand as a middle-aged waiter, and the comedy "A Few Days with Me" ("Quelques Jours Avec Moi", 1988).
  • In the saloon a rough character asks a waiter when will he get his soup.

  • The embarrassed waiter apologises for his inappropriate behaviour.
  • Emulating Franco's earlier behaviour, Guido hands a large tip to the waiter to bring them food, but the waiter is offended and ignores him.
  • As described in a film magazine review, a waiter in a cheap cabaret loves the premier dancer of the place, and when a noted theatrical producer visits the cabaret, the waiter by deft manipulation obtains his wallet.
  • At the restaurant, a customer orders a soup and steak. While the waiter is busy and making soup, a dog steals his steak from him. The waiter calls the dog and coaxes him to return the steak.
  • A waiter accepts King's check and takes it to Garrick's office. Garrick burns King's check, and gives the waiter a roll of money. King then gives the money to Geri, but still pays her bill.

  • The police arrive when Michael recognizes one of the robbers—the one who threatened to cut off Julie's ears—as a waiter at the club.
  • a waiter. In order to pick up the forks, a philosopher must ask permission of the waiter.
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