waitperson

[weyt-pur-suhn]
noun
a waiter or waitress.

Origin:
wait(er) or wait(ress) + -person


See -person.
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In all of those establishments, the waitperson paid if the customer walked out on a check.
When a customer chooses to leave a gratuity for a waitperson, it is considered a voluntary gratuity.
If you are a waitperson, your employer cannot use your tips to offset the minimum wage.
In some cases, the waitperson keeps all the voluntary gratuities that he or she receives.
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