Translation of housemaid in Spanish:


criada, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhaʊsˌmeɪd//ˈhaʊsmeɪd/


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    criada feminine
    mucama feminine Latin America
    • The third housemaid did floors, the second maid cleaned furniture, but the head housemaid did the best stuff like dusting ornaments.
    • From around 1880 State protection on reserves was introduced, though some Aborigines were employed as stockmen and housemaids on rural properties.
    • If you wanted a butler, or a housemaid, or a cook, you got in touch with Mrs Stroud.
    • It has two twin and two double bedrooms, so it sleeps eight, and comes with a resident butler, a housemaid / cook and 24-hour security (the villa is on an estate).
    • As our family grew we'd hired more servants so that now we had a parlourmaid, two housemaids, two kitchenmaids, a scullerymaid, Mrs. Benson, Mr. Richards and the cook.
    • A domestic helper, housemaid or simply ‘maid’ can be a welcome relief from the daily household chores.
    • Importantly, hirers of house keeping services are spared from the risk of appointing housemaids or servants, whose trustworthiness is a moot point now-a-days.
    • Based on job advertisements placed prior to the proposed wage increases, junior kitchen porters and housemaids earn between £9,000 and £9,500.
    • Technically it was the job of a housemaid or kitchenmaid but here Sarah and I took turns or did it together if there was a dinner party on.
    • This mixture took place when the Spanish colonisers used African and indigenous slaves as housemaids to cook ‘Spanish’ dishes with imported and locally available products.
    • Irish working class girls were viewed as drunken and feckless, only suitable to be housemaids or laundresses.
    • The housemaid helps the Helmers with the housework, mail, and callers.
    • Still, she has to fetch water from public places for those who employ her as the housemaid.
    • The working hours of housemaids in Jakarta depend on their employers.
    • I believe the servants and housemaids pick up every little piece of paper.
    • Few housemaids stayed beyond their mid-20s, when they left to marry.
    • Mrs. Williams responded meekly enough but I was sure the moment I was gone the kitchen maids and housemaids would be treated to a rant.
    • I decided to cut the recipe in half, since I don't have a big family and housemaids and butlers to feed.
    • So when they approached this age enquiries were put about as to where there might be ‘a place’ in one of the big houses for a housemaid, kitchenmaid or nursemaid.
    • According to the housemaids, their employer was very talkative and frequently humiliated Saputra, who had been working for her for more than three years.