Translation of household in Spanish:


casa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhaʊsˌ(h)oʊld//ˈhaʊshəʊld/


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    casa feminine
    the whole household was there estaban todos los de la casa
    • households with more than one wage earner los hogares donde trabajan dos o más personas
    • (in UK) the staff of the Royal Household el personal de la Casa Real
    • before noun (in UK) the Household Cavalry la Caballería Real
    • the household chores las tareas domésticas / de la casa
    • household effects contenido de la casa
    • household expenses gastos de la casa
    • household goods artículos del hogar
    • household insurance seguro del hogar
    • household linen ropa blanca
    • a household name un nombre muy conocido
    • household pet animal doméstico
    • Twenty one percent of households in our country failed to find enough to eat in 1999.
    • It is now an extended and adapted house for occupation by eleven households.
    • A two week cycle is not adequate for family households and will lead to the town becoming a tip.
    • When one of us is labouring over a difficult job it affects the whole household.
    • The lack of availability is cited by less than ten per cent of non-wired households.
    • In some Parkhead households there are families where three generations have grown up without knowing work.
    • All of these can be measured at the unit of the individual, or the whole household.
    • Over 40 per cent of households were dissatisfied with how complaints were handled.
    • Just eight per cent of households throwing away full card numbers had made attempts to destroy them.
    • Since being launched in July, the pilot scheme has been taken up by 85 per cent of households.
    • Of course this is not true - you are only required to have a license if you use a television in your household.
    • By Sunday night our eight page election newspaper had been delivered to tens of thousands of households.
    • Assume that each of those households was a nuclear family: a father, a mother and two children.
    • The new figures showed 95 per cent of urban households now have access to the high speed access.
    • The council budgeted for three per cent of households to use black bags instead of wheeled bins.
    • Only 22 per cent of working households are earning enough to afford a home at that price.
    • The research also found that six out of ten households in Britain have PCs and a quarter of these have more than one machine.
    • Fifty percent of all households rely on the Local Authority for their housing needs.
    • Seventy per cent of households will be better off or unaffected by our plans.
    • You add up all the household incomes and you divide in by the number of households.