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stewardess

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Air, Water
stewardessstew‧ard‧ess /ˈstjuːədɪs $ ˈstuːərd-/ noun [countable]  TTATTWa woman whose job is to serve food and drinks to passengers on a plane or shipflight attendant
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stewardessUp until 1966, stewardesses faced mandatory retirement at age thirty-two or upon marriage-whichever came first.Tony went back to his past trip again, this time concentrating on the visual aspects of an air stewardess.Pan Am trained its fledgling stewardesses in Miami, Florida.On the aircraft the stewardess brought him a copy of the Tollemarche Advent.The stewardess came walking up the narrow corridor to the right of the closely spaced seats.The stewardess tried to comfort her, but the woman waved her away without looking up.Heavily made-up stewardesses serve up fatty meals and stale rolls.From the beginning, James hated the way stewardesses were treated by the airlines.
From Longman Business Dictionarystewardessstew‧ard‧ess /ˈstjuːədəsˈstuːərd-/ noun [countable] a woman who serves food and drinks to passengers on a plane or ship
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