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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhostesshost‧ess /ˈhəʊstɪs $ ˈhoʊ-/ noun [countable]  1 PARTYa woman at a party, meal etc who has invited all the guests and provides them with food, drink etchost2 PRESENT/INTRODUCE A SHOWa woman who introduces and talks to the guests on a television or radio showhost3 DFFa woman who shows people to seats in a restaurant in the US4 a woman whose job is to entertain men at a nightclub
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hostessPam, you've been a great hostess - thank you.They can beef up your status if you're a society hostess.I suppose I am the hostess here.In that case, the hostess of a club selling non-alcoholic beverages importuned three passers by.Once the hostess appeared to ask if we were enjoying our meals, and I managed to give her a silent nod.She took him to a place called the Loneliness Bar, where the hostesses wore swimsuits treated with a chemical substance.The hostess rang and asked tactfully and hesitantly if I felt like it.But it was their hostess who was the most elegant.
HostessHostess trademark  a type of sweet baked food, including Twinkies, chocolate cup cakes (=small cakes for one person), and small fruit pies
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