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Attendant: noun,
at•ten•dant \ə-ˈten-dənt\

Definition: (noun): One who attends another to perform a service: the bride and her attendants; especially – an employee who waits on customers: a gas-station attendant. To go or stay with as a companion, nurse, or servant: ministers who attend the king.

From Attend: To be present at, to go to: attend a meeting. To look after, to take charge of: campsites … attended by park ranger.

Origin of Attendant: From Middle English < French (1350-1400): attendre – to notice, to await.



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