(fem 阴性作 waitress / 5weItrIs; `wetrIs/) n person employed to take customers' orders, bring food, etc in a restaurant, hotel dining-room, etc （饭店、旅馆餐厅等的）服务员.
, bow tie
a man who serves food and drink at the tables in a restaurant
1. But just as Soapy entered the restaurant, the head waiter´s eye fell on his shabby trousers and boots. 然而苏比刚踏进餐馆大门，领班待者的目光就落在了他的破裤子烂鞋上。
2. Behind him stood an enormous Russian, about six foot four, in the white coat of a Russian waiter. 斯大林后面站着一个高大的俄国人，大约有六英尺四英寸高，身穿俄国侍者的白色礼服。
3. But when I went into his room, a carton of cigarettes in my hand, I discovered the "head waiter" in the uniform of a Major General. 但是当我手里拿着一盒香烟走进他房间时，我发现那位“侍者领班”穿上了少将的制服。
4. When the Conference was over I was told by the President to hand out cigars and small favours to the staff that had helped us, and of course I hadn´t forgotten the Russian head waiter. 当会议结束时，总统让我向帮我们忙的人员发送一些雪茄烟和小礼品。当然我并没有忘记苏联的侍者领班。
5. In Modern Times in 1936, the first film in which he was heard as a singing waiter, he made up a nonsense language which sounded like no known nationality. 1936的《摩登时代》是第一部他在影片里发声唱歌的电影，他扮演一名侍者，操着编造的胡言乱语，听起来不像任何国家的语言。
6. The upper part of me that will show above the table will cause no suspicion in the waiter´s mind. 露出桌面的是我的上半身，这不会引起待者怀疑的。
7. The door opened and a waiter stood there with an oval tray, a bottle of liquor, and two glasses. 门开了，一名侍者站在门口，手里端着一只椭圆形的托盘，上面有一瓶酒和两个酒杯。"
8. Ask the waiter to compute the bill. 请侍者算帐。
9. A friendly waiter taught me a few words of Italian. 一位友好的服务员教我几句意大利语.
10. Ask the waiter for the menu. 问服务员要菜单。