In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(woman)(with masculine article in the singular) ama de llaves femenino(in hotel) gobernanta femenino(man) encargado de la casa masculinoshe's a good housekeeper — es muy buena administradora
- At a job fair on Sunday, one firm was employing men housekeepers only and offering high remuneration.
- In a scheme being piloted for the first time outside London, affluent city workers can employ Filipino housekeepers, who combine nannying skills with domestic service.
- He is a bachelor so he might want to employ a housekeeper and a gardener, but that's up to him.
- Even without abuse per se, long hours of isolated, physically exhausting domestic labor for live-in nannies, cooks and housekeepers can extend beyond what most employees would tolerate.
- He had taken Spanish in high school and also learned a lot from the Hispanic housekeepers his family had employed throughout the years.
- In the towns, people work as street vendors, in the construction industry, as maids and housekeepers, or as plumbers, electricians, or carpenters.
- The owner fled the scene before police arrived, leaving the housekeeper and the girls inside their rooms.
- Critics from both the right and the left accuse middle-class women of neglecting their children and exploiting the immigrant women they employ as nannies and housekeepers.
- In other cases, women answered advertisements by foreign tour operators or employment agencies looking for au pairs, models, housekeepers and waitresses.
- In this Golden Age, the heroes were neither cops nor outlaws, doctors nor housekeepers, ranch-owners nor lawyers, spies nor mafia hoods.
- People with occupational exposure to latex include medical professionals, housekeepers, tire manufacturers, and latex industry workers.
- The striking workers include part-time housekeepers, cooks, ticket takers, ushers, bartenders, concession workers, servers, and conversion and ice crews.
- This includes approximately 75,000 workers who serve the rich and very rich in such jobs as limousine drivers, nannies, housekeepers, waiters and bellhops.
- Although she has the support of doctors, nurses and housekeepers, the former First Lady oversees her husband's care, despite the effect it has on her own health.
- They will include chefs, housekeepers and waiters as well as business owners.
- She manages with a part-time housekeeper, Helen, who moves in full time if she is away.
- Similarly, women in domestic service as housekeepers or parlour maids had to make a choice between work and marriage.
- Personal staff costs - for two butlers, a valet, four chefs, two chauffeurs, eight housekeepers, eight gardeners and a secretariat - are probably another £1m.
- Then rent a fully staffed luxury villa in Mallorca that comes with a butler, chef, housekeeper, maid and gardener.
- During the fall and winter, cooks, housekeepers, and other attendants saw to the owners' needs.
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