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porter

noun /ˈpoːtə/
a person whose job is to carry luggage in a train station etc
mozo de equipajes, maletero
The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.
a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport
cargador
He set off into the jungle with three porters.
a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc
portero
a hospital porter.
(Definition of porter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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