English version

croupier

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Gambling
croupiercrou‧pi‧er /ˈkruːpiə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 BODGGsomeone whose job is to collect and pay out money where people play cards, roulette etc for money at a casino
Examples from the Corpus
croupierI work nights - in a news bureau, as a croupier in a nightclub, as a waitress.It was while he was working as a croupier in a gambling joint that some friends coaxed him into singing in public.I became a croupier - starting work at 11 p.m. and finishing at 5 a.m.As it turned out, I was a dreadful croupier and after a few weeks they put me on coats and hats.One of the croupiers, a blonde girl, beckoned him to join the blackjack table.She thrust the customary tip towards the croupier with a slip of paper wrapped around a plaque.The croupier had a high-pitched voice, insistent.
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