barman
Usage note
The plural of "barman" is "barmen."
barman
noun
1. (occupation) (United Kingdom) 
a. el barman (M) 
There were so many people standing at the bar that it was difficult to attract the barman's attention.Había tanta gente en la barra que resultaba difícil atraer la atención del barman.
One of the barmen went down to the cellar to change the beer barrel.Uno de los camareros bajó a la bodega a cambiar el barril de cerveza.
c. el bartender (M) (Latin America) 
I think it's much better being a barman now that people aren't allowed to smoke in pubs.Para mí es mucho mejor ser bartender ahora que a la gente no se le permite fumar en los pubs.
d. el cantinero (M) (Caribbean) (Central America) (Mexico) 
The barman gave me a broad smile when I left a tip for him on the bar.El cantinero me dedicó una gran sonrisa cuando le dejé una propina en la barra.
barman
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el camarero (M) 
b. el mesero (M) (Latin America) 
c. el mozo (M) (River Plate) 
barman [ˈbɑːmən]
noun
barmen (plural) bárman (m); camarero (m)
barman
Usage note
The plural of “barman” is “barman” or “barmans.”
el barman, la barman(
bahr
-
mahn
)
masculine or feminine noun
1. (occupation) 
a. bartender 
Inés trabaja de barman en un hotel boutique de un barrio de moda.Inés works as a bartender in a boutique hotel in a fashionable neighborhood.
b. barman (masculine) 
El barman me recomendó un trago que estaba buenísimo.I was recommended this awesome drink by the barman.
barman
Noun
1. (general) 
a. barman 
barman
barmans (plural) barman; bartender
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