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Meaning of “steward” - Learner’s Dictionary

steward

noun [C]     /ˈstjuːəd/
TRANSPORT
a man who looks after people on an aircraft, boat, or train: an air stewardOccupations and tradesHelping and co-operatingPeople who work on boats and shipsWorkers on/with aircraft and spacecraftPeople who make and serve food
EVENT
someone who helps to organize a race or big eventHelping and co-operating
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