Translation of housemother in Spanish:

housemother

Pronunciation /ˈhaʊsˌməðər//ˈhaʊsˌmʌðə/

noun

  • 1

    supervisora de una residencia femenina de estudiantes o de jóvenes con problemas
    • In those days, the cottages now used for respite care for disabled children were run as individual homes where husband-and-wife teams, known as housefathers and housemothers, looked after abandoned or orphaned children.
    • And the housemother said quite graciously, ‘Well, Virginia, you have a choice.’
    • A housemother will be living on the premises and volunteers will soon join the staff as youth advisors.
    • On 1st October 1968, when she was 21 years old, the applicant commenced work as a housemother in a Community Home in Prestatyn.
    • Despite the housemother's objections, plans for the revels continue.
    • Kellen has served as the fraternity's housemother since its re-establishment on campus in 1992.
    • Kate found the training school alienating, and her claims that her housemother disliked her were dismissed as irrational, possibly adding to her sense of injustice.
    • It was a joy to sit amid thirty or so girls and give a devotional talk as two of the housemothers translated my English into Tagalog.
    • Muttering under his breath, he joins the distinguished company of fellow resident Terrence and housemother Mrs. Wilkinson.