مضيفة, مضيفة طيران
Noun(1) a woman host(2) a woman innkeeper(3) a woman steward on an airplane
(1) A nightclub hostess has been charged with relieving a 56 year old American of his treasured valuables.(2) My sister had dreadlocks for about a year, while working as a hostess in a restaurant in the suburbs, and responses ran the entire gamut of hilarity.(3) the perfect dinner-party hostess(4) Still, there are sharply etched performances from Duncan Bell as the agonised Christopher, Hugh Ross as his hedonistic brother and Juliet Cadzow as a maternal nightclub hostess .(5) A few minutes later we were still waiting for the hostess when two blue-haired women entered the restaurant behind us.(6) What if he was the person in the pictures and the female was a television program hostess , but they were just having a liaison with no job favors involved?(7) But it was beauteous Jayaprada who seemed all over the place at Annapurna Studios playing a perfect hostess and receiving prominent guests.(8) I partially agree with Peggy Post's answer to whether or not it is appropriate for a dinner-party guest to inform the hostess if she is a vegetarian.(9) You worked together in ├ö├ç├┐Dogville├ö├ç├û and the film ├ö├ç├┐Birth├ö├ç├û and the legend label was used by a British morning show hostess .(10) The hostess seated them at a small table by a brook running the full length of the dining area.(11) In fact one member of his staff was formerly a restaurant hostess and another an accountant who both eventually found themselves in the pastry kitchen.(12) In one lounge, a heavily made-up Chinese hostess with robustly arched eyebrows sits calmly at a table, playing solitaire as she puffs on a cigarette.(13) The guests can simply help themselves and the hostess is free to join her own party, rather than circulate with a bottle.(14) After her A Levels, Geri left and became a hairdresser, keep fit instructor, dancer, waitress, sales assistant, nude model, game show hostess and finally Spice Girl.(15) For a while she became an underwear model for Lejaby, but her big break came when she landed the job as hostess in the TV gameshow Wheel of Fortune.(16) The other day, the hostess of a popular talk show on a Tamil channel announced on screen that she was sporting a ├ö├ç├┐malivu vilai├ö├ç├û saree.
(1) air hostess :: المضيفة الجوية
1. stewardess ::
2. air hostess ::
Different Formshostess, hostessed, hostesses, hostessing
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