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flight attendantnoun [C]

us   /ˈflɑɪt əˌten·dənt/
a person in an aircraft whose job is to serve passengers and to make sure they obey safety rules
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"flight attendant" in British English

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flight attendantnoun [C]

uk   /ˈflaɪt əˌten.dənt/ us   /ˈflaɪt əˌten.dənt/
someone who serves passengers on an aircraft
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"flight attendant" in Business English

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flight attendantnoun [C]

uk   us  
TRANSPORT someone who serves passengers on a plane: The airline's flight attendants are trained to limit the number of drinks passengers receive on board.
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Translations of “flight attendant”
in Arabic مُضيف جَوّي…
in Korean 승무원…
in Portuguese comissário, -a de bordo…
in Catalan auxiliar de vol…
in Japanese (飛行機の)乗務員…
in Chinese (Simplified) (客机的)乘务员…
in Turkish kabin görevlisi…
in Russian стюардесса…
in Chinese (Traditional) (客機的)機艙服務員…
in Italian attendente di volo…
in Polish steward/essa…
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