English to Welsh Meaning of steward - stiward


Steward :
stiward

stiward, cyfarwyddwr, rheolwr, gweinidog ariannol, casglwr rhent, bil casglwr, ffactor, beili

stiwardstiwardiostiwardesstewardessesstiwardiostiwardiaidstiwardiaeth
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Definitions of steward in English
Noun(1) someone who manages property or other affairs for someone else(2) the ship's officer who is in charge of provisions and dining arrangements(3) an attendant on an airplane(4) a union member who is elected to represent fellow workers in negotiating with management(5) one having charge of buildings or grounds or animals
Examples of steward in English
(1) Anyone interested in history could also help the Trust with its research into the many aspects of the property and there is always the opportunity to train as a house steward .(2) The first-class passengers had padded seats and a steward to serve them.(3) Tony's talents are not alone utilised for big games but he is a voluntary steward for club games all the year round.(4) And then there were the night stewards, usually an older steward who had spent his entire career with the ship line.(5) When I disembarked on my last cruise in December, I ran into the young man who had been our dining-room steward on the ship.(6) We watched the passengers disembark, then asked the steward for shore passes.(7) They do not have the vote when it comes to election of colony leaders such as minister, steward and farm manager.(8) A year ago, they made plans to leave it to the foundation which will steward the land.(9) Even if they did not quite trust him to steward their money, they trusted capable, honest Paul.(10) Increasingly, church leaders understand there is a higher degree of accountability for those of us who steward funds.(11) Members may know that under the manorial system, the bailiff, the steward , and the reeve were important officers.(12) A good steward manages his owner's property well.(13) She is a steward aboard the ship that had been stationed off the coast of Iraq since early this year.(14) In fact, being steward of these properties is a huge financial liability.(15) Also, when I tried to retrieve my bag stored above the passengers seat, I was helped by a gentleman not by a steward or stewardess who just stood staring.(16) The former ship's steward even got a chance to pilot a canal boat.
Related Phrases of steward
(1) shop steward ::
swyddog undeb
(2) air steward ::
stiward awyr
(3) chief steward ::
prif stiward
(4) wine steward ::
stiward gwin
Synonyms
Noun
1. flight attendant ::
ddaw yn hedfan
2. official ::
swyddogol
4. shop steward ::
swyddog undeb
5. custodian ::
ceidwad
Antonyms
1. master ::
meistr
2. mistress ::
feistres
Different Forms
steward, stewarded, stewardess, stewardesses, stewarding, stewards, stewardship
Word Example from TV Shows
Olly is my steward now,

Olly is my STEWARD now,

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3

made that man his steward.

made that man his STEWARD.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7

Mormont himself chose Jon to be his steward.

Mormont himself chose Jon to be his STEWARD.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 2

There's honor in being a steward.

There's honor in being a STEWARD.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7

I was his steward. In fact...

I was his STEWARD. In fact...

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7

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