名词:stewardship 动词过去式:stewarded 过去分词:stewarded 现在分词:stewarding 第三人称单数:stewards
-ard 表示“人”的名词字尾 变化型 -ian,-ean
/stjʊəd; [US] 'stu:ərd; `stuɚd/
1 person employed to manage another's property, esp a large house or estate （受雇管理他人财产的）管理员, 管家（尤指巨宅或地产的）.
2 person whose job is to arrange for the supply of food to a college, club, etc （大学、俱乐部等的）膳食管理员.
3 (fem 阴性作 stewardess/ 9stjUE5des; US 5stu:ErdEs; `stuLdEs/) person who attends to the needs of passengers on a ship, an aircraft or a train （轮船、飞机或火车上的）服务员
*the baggage/cabin/deck steward 负责行李[客舱/舱面]的服务员
* an `air stewardess 空中小姐.
4 official responsible for organizing a dance, race-meeting, show, public meeting, demonstration, etc （舞会、赛马大会、表演、公共集会、示威活动等的）组织者, 筹备人, 干事, 理事
*The stewards will inspect the course to see if racing is possible. 那些干事将检视赛马场看是否适宜比赛.
[Language: Old English;Origin:
, from sti ( STY
) + weard ( WARD1
a man whose job is to serve food and drinks to passengers on a plane or ship
someone who is in charge of a horse race, meeting, or other public event race stewards
someone who protects something or is responsible for it, especially something such as nature, public property, or moneysteward of Kissinger was now chief steward of US foreign policy.
a man whose job is to manage a large property, such as a farm
1. His brother is a steward of the ship. 他哥哥是那艘船的一名服务员.