stewardess


stewardess
Synonyms and related words:
Ganymede, Hebe, aerial photographer, aircrew, aircrewman, airline hostess, airline stewardess, attendant, avigator, bakehead, batman, bellboy, bellhop, bellman, belly gunner, black gang, boilerman, bombardier, bootblack, boots, bungs, cabin boy, caddie, chips, chore boy, commissary steward, complement, copyboy, crew, crew chief, cupbearer, deckhand, deckie, errand boy, errand girl, fireman, flight attendant, flight crew, footboy, gofer, gun loader, gunner, hand, hospital steward, hostess, landing signalman, machine gunner, mail orderly, meteorologist, navigator, office boy, office girl, oiler, orderly, page, purser, radio operator, roustabout, snip, snips, sparks, squire, steward, stoker, tender, torpedoman, trainbearer, usher, watch, yeoman

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  • Stewardess — [Aufbauwortschatz (Rating 1500 3200)] Auch: • Flugbegleiterin Bsp.: • Eine Stewardess kümmert sich während eines Flugs um die Passagiere. • Clive bestellte zwei Whiskys bei der Stewardess …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • stewardess — stew‧ard‧ess [ˈstjuːəds ǁ ˈstuːərd ] noun [countable] a woman who serves food and drinks to passengers on a plane or ship * * * stewardess UK US /ˈstjuːədes/ noun [C] TRANSPORT ► OLD FASHIONED a woman flight attendant …   Financial and business terms

  • Stewardess — Stew ard*ess, n. A female steward; specifically, a woman employed in passenger vessels to attend to the wants of female passengers. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stewardess — [stjuwaʀdɛs; stiwaʀdɛs] n. f. ÉTYM. 1887, in Höfler; 1875, stuartess, Hugo; mot anglais. ❖ ♦ Vx. Femme occupant un emploi de steward, sur un bateau (sur un avion, on dit hôtesse). 0 Il y avait sur le Normandy vingt huit hommes d équipage, une… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • stewardess — female attendant on passenger aircraft, 1931; used of ships (where she waited on the female passengers) from 1837; from STEWARD (Cf. steward) + ESS (Cf. ess) …   Etymology dictionary

  • stewardess — denotes a female steward, especially on a ship or aircraft. Flight attendant is now the preferred term with English speaking airlines. See ess …   Modern English usage

  • stewardess — ► NOUN ▪ a woman who looks after the passengers on a ship or aircraft …   English terms dictionary

  • stewardess — [sto͞o′ər dis, styo͞o′ər dis] n. 1. a woman STEWARD (n. 5a) 2. a woman FLIGHT ATTENDANT …   English World dictionary

  • Stewardess — Flugbegleiter/ innen sind arbeitsvertraglich zur Freundlichkeit verpflichtet. Flugbegleiter/ in (engl.: flight attendant, früher auch: steward/ ess) ist die Berufsbezeichnung für Servicekräfte in einem Verkehrsflugzeug, die Passagiere auf… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Stewardess — Flugbegleiterin; Hostess; Saftschubse (umgangssprachlich) * * * Ste|war|dess [ stju:ɐdɛs], die; , en: (meist jüngere) Frau, die auf Schiffen, in Flugzeugen o. Ä. die Passagiere betreut: sie möchte gern Stewardess werden. * * * Ste|war| …   Universal-Lexikon

  • stewardess — UK [ˌstjuːə(r)ˈdes] / US [ˈstuərdəs] noun [countable] Word forms stewardess : singular stewardess plural stewardesses old fashioned a female flight attendant …   English dictionary