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steward

noun /ˈstjuː·əd/
a man who takes care of people on a plane, boat, or train azafato an air steward a wine steward
(Definition of steward from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

steward

noun /ˈstjuəd/ ( feminine stewardess)
a passenger’s attendant on ship or aeroplane azafata; auxiliar de vuelo an air stewardess.
a person who helps to arrange, and is an official at, races, entertainments etc encargado a matchday steward.
a person who supervises the supply of food and stores in a club, on a ship etc. camarero
a person who manages an estate or farm for another person. administrador
(Definition of steward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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