English version

usher in Occupations topic

usherusher2 noun [countable]  1 BOsomeone who shows people to their seats at a theatre, cinema, wedding etc2 British EnglishBO someone who works in a law court whose job is to guide people in and out of the courtrooms
Examples from the Corpus
usherI worked as an usher at the local cinema during the holidays.The five, organized by a Catholic pacifist group, Voices in the Wilderness, were hustled out by ushers.Once inside a gentlemanly usher gave our party good seats.The officer was saying something, but the usher was shaking his head firmly.Down comes the usher with his light.At Streb / Ringside, the ushers even gave out ear plugs.The usher handed us a songsheet and directed us to seats in the front row.The usher stopped dead in his tracks.