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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water, Occupations
purserpurs‧er /ˈpɜːsə $ ˈpɜːrsər/ noun [countable]  TTWBOan officer on a ship who is responsible for money and the passengers’ rooms, comfort etc
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purserWe recruit junior pursers who undergo a three month training programme aboard one of our cruise ships.She was married to Milton Hayes, an Oceanic Lines purser, in 1929.Her strong legs were capable of taking her clear of pursers on the level or going uphill.There are also communal exercises, on B-Deck, which John leads in association with a swarthy purser called Togliatti.Next in rank after pilots came the pursers.The pursers office is also responsible for all Immigration and Customs formalities.
From Longman Business Dictionarypurserpurs‧er /ˈpɜːsəˈpɜːrsər/ noun [countable]JOBTRAVEL an officer who is responsible for the money on a ship and is also in charge of the passengers’ rooms, comfort etc
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