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  • hostess — ship, n. /hoh stis/, n. 1. a woman who receives and entertains guests in her own home or elsewhere. 2. a woman employed in a restaurant or place of amusement to receive, seat, or assist patrons. 3. a woman who acts as master of ceremonies,… …   Universalium

  • Hostess — may refer to: *Hostess (brand), a line of snack foods *Hostess (short story), a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov *Maître d , in this case a female Maître d *Bargirl, a paid, female companion offering conversation and in some cases sex… …   Wikipedia

  • Hostess — Hostess: Das Fremdwort wurde im 20. Jh. aus engl. hostess »Stewardess; Begleiterin, Betreuerin, Führerin (auf Ausstellungen)«, eigentlich »Gastgeberin«, entlehnt. Engl. hostess geht auf afrz. ‹h›ostesse (frz. hôtesse) zurück, eine Femininbildung… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • hostess — [hōs′tis] n. [ME < OFr hostesse, fem. of hoste, HOST2] 1. a woman who entertains guests either at home or elsewhere; sometimes, the wife of a host 2. a woman innkeeper or the wife of an innkeeper 3. a) a woman whose work is seeing that guests… …   English World dictionary

  • Hostess — Host ess, n. [OE. hostesse, ostesse. See {Host} a landlord.] 1. A female host; a woman who hospitably entertains guests at her house. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. A woman who entertains guests for compensation; a female innkeeper. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hostess — / həʊstis/, it. / ɔstes/ s. ingl. [dal fr. ant. (h )ostesse ], usato in ital. al femm. 1. (prof.) a. (aeron.) [impiegata delle compagnie aeree, delle navi di linea, dei pullman di gran turismo e sim. addetta alla cura dei passeggeri]… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • hostess — late 13c., woman who keeps an inn or public hotel, from HOST (Cf. host) (1) + ESS (Cf. ess), or from O.Fr. hostesse (Mod.Fr. hôtesse). Meaning woman who presides at a dinner party, etc. recorded by 1822. Also used mid 20c. in sense female who… …   Etymology dictionary

  • hostess — /ˈostes, ingl. ˈhəustɪs/ [ant. fr. hostesse, da hoste «ospite»] s. f. inv. 1. (di aereo) assistente di volo, stewardess (ingl.) 2. (est.) guida turistica □ (in congressi, fiere, ecc.) accompagnatrice, assistente, standista …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • hostess — ► NOUN 1) a female host. 2) a woman employed to welcome and entertain customers at a nightclub or bar. 3) a stewardess on an aircraft, train, etc …   English terms dictionary

  • hostess — n. 1) an air (BE), airline (AE) hostess 2) a dance hall; nightclub hostess USAGE NOTE: The term flight attendant has almost completely replaced air hostess and airline hostess. * * * [ həʊstɪs] airline (AE) hostess nightclub hostess (USAGE NOTE:… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Hostess — Messehostessen des Reifenherstellers Pirelli auf einer Automobilmesse …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • hostess — [[t]ho͟ʊstɪs[/t]] hostesses 1) N COUNT The hostess at a party is the woman who has invited the guests and provides the food, drink, or entertainment. The hostess introduced them... She was a superb hostess to us all. 2) N COUNT A hostess at a… …   English dictionary

  • Hostess — Stewardess; Flugbegleiterin; Saftschubse (umgangssprachlich); Begleiterin; Gefährtin * * * Hos|tess [hɔs tɛs], die; , en: junge weibliche Person, die auf Messen, bei Reisegesellschaften, in Hotels Gäste, Besucher, Reisegruppen o. Ä. betreut,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hostess —    In former times usually addressed to the hostess of a public tavern. There are many examples in the Shakespeare plays. In Macbeth (l:vi) ‘hostess’ is used vocatively to Lady Macbeth by her guest Duncan. The word occurs rarely in modern times,… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • hostess — I. noun Date: 14th century 1. a woman who entertains socially 2. a. a woman in charge of a public dining room who seats diners b. a female employee on a public conveyance (as an airplane) who manages the provisioning of food and attends… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Hostess — 1. Betreuerin, Betreuung; (schweiz.): Pflegerin. 2. Stewardess; (bes. schweiz.): Airhostess; (Berufsbez.): Flugbegleiterin. 3. Callgirl, Dirne, Prostituierte; (verhüll.): käufliches Mädchen, Liebesdienerin, Modell; (geh. verhüll.):… …   Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme


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