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doorman

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈdɔːmən/ ( plural doormen)
a person whose job is to stand at the door of a hotel or public building and allow people to go in or out, open car doors, etc.: Doormen catch many fake ID holders by making them sign their name or asking their birth date to compare with what's on the ID.
Translations of “doorman”
in Chinese (Traditional) 門童,門衛…
in Russian швейцар, привратник…
in Turkish (otel) etrafı kolaçan eden ve ziyaretçilere yardım eden kapı görevlisi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 门童,门卫…
in Polish portier…
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