bartender vs mixologist what difference

what is difference between bartender and mixologist

English

Alternative forms

  • bar-tender

Etymology

From bar +‎ tender.

Pronunciation

  • (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈbɑːˌtɛndə(ɹ)/
  • (General American) IPA(key): /ˈbɑɹˌtɛndɚ/
  • Hyphenation: bar‧tend‧er

Noun

bartender (plural bartenders, feminine bartendress)

  1. One who tends a bar or pub; a person preparing and serving drinks at a bar. [from 19th c.]

Synonyms

  • barkeep
  • barkeeper
  • mixologist

Hyponyms

  • barmaid
  • barman

Coordinate terms

  • barback
  • barista

Related terms

  • tapster
  • knight of the spigot
  • taverner
  • publican
  • alewife
  • victualler
  • tapper

Descendants

  • Danish: bartender
  • Norwegian Bokmål: bartender
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: bartender
  • Spanish: bartender
  • Swedish: bartender

Translations


Norwegian Bokmål

Etymology

From American English bartender.

Noun

bartender m (definite singular bartenderen, indefinite plural bartendere, definite plural bartenderne)

  1. a bartender, barman, barmaid (female)
    Den hyggelige kvinnelige bartenderen smiler til oss og ønsker oss velkommen. – The pleasant barmaid smiles at us and bids us welcome.

Related terms

  • bar

References

  • “bartender” in The Bokmål Dictionary.

Norwegian Nynorsk

Etymology

From American English bartender.

Noun

bartender m (definite singular bartenderen, indefinite plural bartenderar, definite plural bartenderane)

  1. a bartender, barman, barmaid (female)

Usage notes

Also spelt bartendar, perhaps unofficially.

Related terms

  • bar

References

  • “bartender” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.

Spanish

Etymology

From English bartender.

Noun

bartender m or f (plural bartenders)

  1. bartender
    Synonym: barman


English

Etymology

mix +‎ -ologist

Noun

mixologist (plural mixologists)

  1. (humorous) A person who creates cocktails; a bartender. [from 1856]
    • 1999, Bob Emmons, The Book of Gins and Vodkas: A Complete Guide, p. 63.
      By the way, the difference between a bartender and a mixologist can be confusing, but normally a bartender serves the patrons at a sit-down style bar, where a mixologist would usually work at a very busy service-style bar.
  2. A disc jockey.

Related terms

  • mixology

Translations

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