attendant

attendant
noun (a person employed to look after someone or something: a car-park attendant.) vakt, oppsynsmann
I
subst. \/əˈtendənt\/
1) (spesielt britisk) vaktmester
2) (spesielt britisk) (billett)kontrollør
she's an attendant in a theatre
hun er billettkontrollør i teateret
3) (spesielt britisk) oppsynsmann, vakt, vokter
are you a park attendant?
er du en parkvokter?
4) (høytidelig) deltaker
5) konsekvens, resultat, følge
attendant at deltaker i, deltaker ved
attendant on tjener hos
attendants betjening, personale, tjenere
the Queen and her attendants
hatred is an attendant of jealousy sehatred
II
adj. \/əˈtendənt\/
1) følgende, ledsagende, nærværende, som følger med
because of old age and its attendant evils
på grunn av alderdom og de problemer som følger med den
aren't you concerned about the dangers attendant on this?
er du ikke bekymret for de farene dette fører med seg?
2) oppvartende, tjenestegjørende, vakthavende
the attendant nurse
vakthavende sykepleier

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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