Another word for cashier is ‘waiter,’ but the term is so overused that it can be hard to know what it means. It basically means a person who is not the food but rather the actual person who serves it and prepares it. The waiter is the person filling orders, the cashier is the person who collects the money, and the person who stands at the register is the person who pays with the money.
The word waiter is overused, and in this case, we are talking about a different person. The word waiter, though, is not the same as cashier. The word waiter is the word when the cashier stands at the register and pays with the money a different person, a different person that is standing just outside the register. That person is either a front-of-house person or the person who actually takes the money from the cashier and puts it in the appropriate slot.
A cashier is the person who takes the money and places it in the appropriate slot. You are one of these front-of-house people.
The word waiter is one of the things that I tend to use when I’m having a conversation with a customer. Like the other three words, it’s not the exact same thing as the cashier. But when you say the word waiter, you may be referring to your front-of-house person, or you may be referring to your actual cashier.
The waiter you’re talking to is the man who takes out cash and puts it in the proper slot. He uses his wallet to collect more cash than you ever thought he could possibly use. You need to be very careful what you put on your wallet.
The only other word I think is “salt.” If you like to drink beer or wine or coffee with a friend, you are a drinker, so why not have a beer and drink with your friend? You’re not a drinker and your friend will drink you as soon as you have a drink.
The difference between a drinker and a drinker’s friend is that the drinker’s friend just drinks the drink.
So we can’t drink, but we can spend money, right? Maybe. We can also spend money on a few things we like, but we can’t drink.
My friend’s friend is actually a drinker. His drink is not a drink, it’s his. He drinks the drink. He drinks his money. So he doesn’t need to be a drinker to be able to buy him a drink.
This is a little bit of a paradox, though. There is this old saying that “everybody’s gotta make a living,” and the “cashier” comes to mind. But then, there are also those of us who are the cashiers of our own lives. We are not just there to buy drinks and stuff. We are there to pay for all of our things. We are not just there to buy a drink or buy a few items.