Translation of janitor in Spanish:


conserje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒænədər//ˈdʒanɪtə/


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    conserje masculine
    portero masculine
    • Fitzgerald himself worked as a janitor and doorman to help pay for college and Harvard Law School.
    • That was the toughest time in my life, when I was living with a family and we had to get a job together, so the entire family were janitors and security guards.
    • They took jobs with low pay and little advancement potential, working as busboys, waiters, gardeners, janitors, and domestic help in cities.
    • The New York contract, covering 33,000 janitors, doormen, elevator operators and other maintenance workers, expires on April 21.
    • Out of the corners come the shadowy shapes of the janitors, to sweep the pamphlets, trinkets, and candy wrappers from the floors and tables of the rapidly emptying room.