waiter
noun
1. (profession) 
Ask the waiter for the check. Pídele la cuenta al camarero.
b. el mesero (M)la mesera (F) (Latin America) 
I told the waiter that there was a fly in my soup. Le dije al mesero que había una mosca en mi sopa.
c. el mesonero (M)la mesonera (F) (Venezuela) 
The waiters here are extremely friendly. Las mesoneros aquí son muy agradables.
d. el mozo (M)la moza (F) (Latin America) 
Our waiter is taking a long time to bring our food.Nuestro mozo se está tardando mucho para traernos nuestra comida.
e. el garzón (M)la garzona (F) (Southern Cone) 
My brother is a waiter in that restaurant.Mi hermano es garzón en ese restaurante.
waiter
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el camarero (M) 
b. el mozo (M) () 
c. el mesonero (M) () 
d. el mesero (M) () 
waiter [ˈweɪtəʳ]
noun
camarero (m); mesero (m); (Méx) garzón (m); (S. Cone) mesonero (m); (Ven)
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the waiter served a cold soup
el camarero sirvió una sopa fría
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