Хостес на английском перевод

Хостес на английском перевод

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 — 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 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

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The hostess provided lunch for all the guests

Хозяйка накормила обедом всех гостей. ☰

She’s the hostess of a popular talk show.

Она является ведущей популярного ток-шоу. ☰

The restaurant hostess cools out the impatient customer.

Владелица ресторана успокаивает нетерпеливого посетителя. ☰

They pecked the hostess farewell.

На прощание они чмокнули хозяйку (в щеку). ☰

She played the role of hostess with great panache.

Она играла роль хозяйки с большим размахом. ☰

As a girl she learned the graces required of a good hostess.

Ещё девочкой она усвоила, как должна себя вести хорошая хозяйка. ☰

We received a cordial greeting from our hostess at the party.

Хозяйка праздника сердечно нас приветствовала. ☰

He asked the hostess whether he could stay there for some months.

Он спросил у хозяйки, можно ли ему остаться ещё на несколько месяцев. ☰

I offered to help with the dishes but the hostess would not hear of it.

Я предложила помочь помыть посуду, но хозяйка об этом и слышать не захотела. ☰

He said a few meaningless words to his hostess and looked around the room.

Он сказал несколько бессмысленных слов хозяйке и оглядел комнату. ☰

He wrote a letter of apology to the hostess.

Он написал письмо с извинениями в адрес хозяйки. ☰

He was forced to talk to his singularly unappealing hostess.

Он был вынужден поговорить с на редкость непривлекательной хозяйкой квартиры. ☰

The hostess averted a confrontation with a diplomatic change of subject.

Хозяйка предотвратила конфликт, тактично сменив тему разговора. ☰

The tour manager’s role is a cross between hostess and courier.

Работа тур-менеджера — это нечто среднее между распорядительницей и курьером. ☰

Unsurprisingly, the bouncy talk show hostess was a cheerleader in high school.

Неудивительно, что в средней школе эта бодрая и энергичная ведущая ток-шоу была членом команды поддержки. ☰

The couple exhibited poor etiquette when they left the party without saying good-bye to the host and hostess.

Данная пара продемонстрировала дурные манеры, когда покинула приём, не попрощавшись с хозяином и хозяйкой. ☰

Примеры, ожидающие перевода

We were greeted by our hostess.

The hostess was very personable.

. the thoughtful hostess offered her guests an assortment of alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinkables.

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Хостес на английском перевод

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 — 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 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

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