مرشد, الحاجب بواب بمحكمة, الدليل المرشد, مدرس مساعدقاد, أعلن
Noun(1) Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581-1656(2) an official stationed at the entrance of a courtroom or legislative chamber(3) someone employed to conduct others
Verb(1) take (someone
(1) I couldn't believe our luck when we went to get our seats and the usher pointed them out.(2) What the country urgently needs is assistance from the World Bank and other co-operating partners to usher its people into a progressive and productive phase devoid of poverty.(3) He allows his ticket stub to be scanned by an usher , who bows as he re-enters the cinema.(4) Looking at the throng of people waiting to enter the building, Gil was glad that Laurie had instructed him to go to the back door where an usher would escort them to their seats instead of their having to stand in the long line.(5) When he heard the verdict, Judge Paul Hoffman said to a court usher : ├ö├ç├┐Very well, you may take the jury out.├ö├ç├û(6) It is also the case that no security problem is perceived to exist there; people coming up the stairs will inevitably meet an usher before reaching those rooms.(7) Before I could explain that it might not be a good idea, the juror had told an usher , the court official who looks after each jury.(8) Presumably in order to bring the case to a close by the end of the working week, the court agreed that, with an usher acting as a third party and furnished with a list of questions, the statement could be obtained.(9) It's like some ritual to usher people into the neighborhood.(10) A female usher was seen at the bottom of the theatre talking on a two-way radio.(11) An usher at the cinema said the attendance had been better when the film was first released some weeks ago, but there were no sell-outs.(12) Kay first met Susan Gargary eight years ago while working as a cinema usher .(13) These events are tailor-made for sponsors, because they draw big crowds and plenty of regional coverage that can usher people into your place of business.(14) The court employs a bailiff, an usher , Mrs Henley and four administrators.(15) Veteran usher , Neil, has worked at the same theatre for seven years.(16) A woman put her hand up and the teacher with an usher went over to her with a microphone.
(1) usher in :: تستهل
1. guide ::
2. doorkeeper ::
3. escort ::
4. show ::
Different Formsusher, ushered, usherette, usherettes, ushering, ushers
English to Arabic Dictionary: usher
Meaning and definitions of usher, translation in Arabic language for usher with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of usher in Arabic and in English language.
Tags for the entry "usher"
What usher means in Arabic, usher meaning in Arabic, usher definition, examples and pronunciation of usher in Arabic language.