Traducción de maid en Español:

maid

muchacha (de servicio), n.

Pronunciación /meɪd//meɪd/

nombre

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    • 1.1(servant)

      muchacha (de servicio) femenino
      sirvienta femenino
      criada femenino España
      mucama femenino América Latina
      empleada doméstica femenino formal
      parlor maid (primera) doncella femenino
      • lady's maid (primera) doncella
      • kitchen maid pinche
      • The air was filled with the noise and clatter of servants and maids from every quarter.
      • Nicholas' maid walked into the room informing him a young woman stood at the door looking for him.
      • In addition to the three aunts the household also included my grandmother, a female cousin and a maid.
      • Dinner ended with the maids and servant folk clearing the table.
      • There, the pictures are in a large, empty house ... about 200 yards in length and the permanent inhabitants are a Housekeeper and two maids, and a carpenter who is in and out as required during the day.
      • Suspicions were raised when a chamber maid saw documents in his jacket which contradicted his story.
      • A variety of special dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients for ceremonial occasions by the woman of the house and her female maids.
      • An army of servants - maids, footmen, cooks and gardeners - made the luxurious lifestyle of the family possible.
      • When single women began to settle in the United States, they went into domestic work as maids, cooks, and housekeepers.
      • A maid and a butler hold umbrellas over a couple dancing on a windswept beach in their evening wear, their faces obscured.
      • Most female migrants to the first world find employment as maids or domestics.
      • Jenna smiled at her maid, the women she regarded more as a sister or an aunt or on occasions like now a mother.
      • Below stairs, their maids and valets work in tandem with the house staff, a subterranean world with its own strict hierarchy.
      • Gracie worked as a live-in domestic maid with a family in Mangalore.
      • Every room had maids and servants and butlers all cleaning and decorating his home.
      • Carefully avoiding maids and other assorted servants, Signe successfully made it to the dining room without being seen by anyone.
      • Hired security was just like any other kind of staff, just like the maids and the servants and drivers.
      • The heavy oak doors at the top of the steps opened with a slow precision as several maids and other servants came out to collect any luggage that their new guest may be carrying.
      • In Edwardian times many lower class woman would work as servants or maids for upper class families.
      • People were forever writing letters to each other, says Fellowes, asking where they could find decent cooks and competent maids or reliable footmen.

    • 1.2(in hotel)

      camarera femenino
      mucama femenino América Latina

    • 1.3US (occasional housekeeper)

      señora de la limpieza femenino
      limpiadora femenino
      asistenta femenino España

  • 2arcaico, literario

    (young woman)
    doncella femenino arcaico literario
    the Maid of Orleans la doncella de Orleans
    • Where Kiaria was a quiet and reserved elven maid, Eva was a loud and borderline obnoxious human woman.
    • Was this just Andrew's manner - no, but he certainly didn't flirt with the other maids and pretty girls he passed on the streets.
    • On the eve of St Valentine, a number of young folk - maids and bachelors - would assemble together, and inscribe upon little billets the names of an equal number of maids and bachelors of their acquaintance, throw the whole into a receptacle of some sort, and then draw them lottery-wise - care, of course, being taken that each should draw one of the opposite sex.
    • A young justice, the Governer of the town, saw the young maid and fell in love with her.
    • The young fifteen-year-old elven maid paraded from her father's cart to the Market streets.