a person who manages another’s property or financial affairs; one who administers anything as the agent of another or others.
a person who has charge of the household of another, buying or obtaining food, directing the servants, etc.
an employee who has charge of the table, wine, servants, etc., in a club, restaurant, or the like.
a person who attends to the domestic concerns of persons on board a vessel, as in overseeing maids and waiters.
an employee on a ship, train, or bus who waits on and is responsible for the comfort of passengers, takes orders for or distributes food, etc.
a flight attendant.
a person appointed by an organization or group to supervise the affairs of that group at certain functions.
U.S. Navy. a petty officer in charge of officer’s quarters and mess.
verb (used with object)
to act as steward of; manage.
verb (used without object)
to act or serve as steward.
a person who administers the property, house, finances, etc, of another
a person who manages the eating arrangements, staff, or service at a club, hotel, etc
a person who attends to passengers on an aircraft, ship or train
a mess attendant in a naval mess afloat or ashore
a person who helps to supervise some event or proceedings in an official capacity
short for shop steward
to act or serve as a steward (of something)
noun 1. a woman flight attendant. 2. a woman who attends to the comfort of passengers on a ship, train, or bus. noun 1. a woman who performs a steward’s job on an aircraft or ship
noun 1. a person who manages another’s property or financial affairs; one who administers anything as the agent of another or others. 2. a person who has charge of the household of another, buying or obtaining food, directing the servants, etc. 3. an employee who has charge of the table, wine, servants, etc., in a […]
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- Stewart-holmes sign
Stewart-Holmes sign Stew·art-Holmes sign (stōō’ərt-, styōō’-) n. A sign that occurs in conditions of cerebellar deficit in which the individual is unable to check a movement when passive resistance is suddenly released. Also called rebound phenomenon.