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What is "lunch lady" or "cafeteria lady" in Spanish?

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What is "lunch lady" or "cafeteria lady" in Spanish?

Just wanted to know. smile

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updated MAR 15, 2010
posted by tgreatblueberry

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I think that Marianne's answer is correct as a means to refer to a lady that works at the cafeteria with some unspecified responsibility. If she's cooking, she would be "la cocinera". If she's serving she might be "la señora que atiende", or "la señora que sirve". If she's a cashier: "la cajera", and so forth.

updated MAR 15, 2010
posted by Gekkosan
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Hi and welcome to the forum. grin

How about:

La Señora de la cafetería

updated MAR 15, 2010
posted by --Mariana--
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