Translation of barmaid in Spanish:


mesera de barra, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑrˌmeɪd/ /ˈbɑːmeɪd/


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    (behind the bar)
    mesera de barra feminine Latin America
    camarera de barra feminine Spain
    mesonera de barra feminine Venezuela
    • One young lass is desperate to make it as a singer, but finds that she's having more success slinging the drinks as a barmaid.
    • As everyone always notices, the back view reflected in the mirror of the barmaid serving a client in a top hat (who must, by visual implication, be you) is too far to the right to be optically possible.
    • We supply the waitresses, barmaids, security and anything else someone requires to make their night complete.
    • Jack was a trainee upholsterer at the time, Meg worked as a shop assistant and barmaid.
    • You can barely get your pint away from the bar in London without some smiling barmaid drawing a little shamrock in the head for you.
    • ON the cover of a new calendar which has just gone on sale, a half naked barmaid pours a glass of whisky at the Edward VII pub in York.
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    mesera feminine Latin America
    camarera feminine Spain
    mesonera feminine Venezuela
    • In the lobby of the Tel Aviv Opera House, tall barmaids in red sequins served wine in plastic goblets with labels declaring the sponsorship of the Bezeq telephone company.
    • Forget about those tales of huge tubs filled with ice cold beer served by doe-eyed barmaids just quivering to hear your band.
    • The barmaid spilled his drink all over him and then… nothing.
    • The same barmaid that had served Deuce, asking if the other two occupants of the table wanted a drink, interrupted any reply Epoxie could have made.
    • A young barmaid brought Doran a drink, grinning at him mischievously, but he didn't even glance at her.
    • As Maria and company entered the pub, he immediately handed off the drinks to a barmaid and went straight to Erik.
    • Crowe was seen drinking Guinness in many Limerick pubs including the Charlie St George, and Nancy Blake's where a barmaid refused to serve him due to it being after hours.
    • 1840 - In a beer tavern known as Corse Halle, near Berlin, barmaids on rolling skates served thirsty patrons.
    • The barmaids are well fit, and you get your drinks served to you in a flash.
    • A pretty barmaid in a short skirt and apron was serving them.
    • Ziana sighed, irritated, as Devon called for the barmaid to bring her whatever her usual drink was.
    • At about 1: 30 am, he ordered a drink from Hattie Carroll, one of the barmaids.
    • All the booths around the edges of the room were crammed with people, and the barmaids had their hands full serving them.
    • Tane sat in a chair next to the table of soldiers, Ice pretended to stir his drink, and Ryo acted like a barmaid and asked them if they wanted anything else.
    • Rough clothing and general shabbiness proclaimed their lack of affluence, yet there was no rowdiness, and no one gave the two overworked barmaids trouble.
    • With the exception of the barmaids, the occupants of the tavern were men, the majority of them heavyset and tough-looking.
    • The fire of the Inn flickered as its customers called for ale and stew, and Nali and the other barmaids hurried around, taking orders.
    • I also have to add that it has the most attractive barmaids of any bar I have ever been in throughout my life, absolutely beautiful!
    • From the way she was dressed, Sarah assumed she was one of the barmaids.
    • Great place to nip into on the way to Hollywood and load up on flaming sambuca's at the bar with the lovely barmaids.