Carhop (noun)

A person who takes orders and serves food to customers in a drive-in restaurant.

Origin:

The word "carhop" comes from the combination of the words "car" and "hop", which refers to the act of jumping or skipping.

Examples:

  1. The carhop was happy to take the order for the drive-in customer.
  2. The carhop brought out the food to the customer's car.
  3. The carhop was dressed in roller skates for easy movement around the drive-in.
  4. The carhop was experienced and efficient at taking orders and delivering food.
  5. The carhop also took the payment from the customer at the end of the meal.
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