Translation of landlady in Spanish:

landlady

casera, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈlæn(d)ˌleɪdi//ˈlan(d)leɪdi/

noun

  • 1

    (of rented dwelling)
    casera feminine
    dueña feminine
    arrendadora feminine
    my landlady la dueña de mi casa (/ apartamento etc. )
    • Apparently, the two guys and two girls are classmates, and they came to the landlady together, wanting to rent the room.
    • I don't blame the absent landlady either, obviously, because that would be irrational in the extreme.
    • Against better advice, too, because despite the promises of my landlady to send a plumber round, the radiator in the bathroom is still leaking.
    • I'm a week late with the rent, but my esteemed landlady said it was okay as long as I pay up next week, and give her a free guitar lesson.
    • It had been difficult to find a landlady willing to rent to us - a jobless teenager and his runaway girlfriend.
    • Just ten days later Oldham County Court granted an injunction forcing the landlady to allow her tenant back into the property.
    • Now the landlady really does have to do something.
    • He's the local kid my landlady hires to bring in wood and mow the lawn.
    • Christmas saw Lucy giving hand-sewn presents to her landlord, landlady and Jane the servant.
    • The rent was £4 a week and the landlady, Sally, lived in the basement.
    • I drive over to the old landlady's house to drop in the remaining rent, get her to sign the bond form.
    • He makes up his mind to propose to his landlady, to adopt her child.
    • My landlady, Ita, needs this week's rent, or she will start practising the violin again.
    • They are tenants who have hung around for 20 years - and their discovery turned their landlady's life upside down.
    • Both the landlord and landlady came out dressed in their nightclothes.
    • The police used to come and cause trouble and fine the landlady for having rural migrants
    • The landlady refused to comment or speculate on the cause of the blaze.
    • The author also went to great lengths recounting his tough-break with a landlady after renting a house.
    • My daughter, who works for a bank, thinks I should buy a property and become a landlady.
    • After a while, I got up from my desk and crossed to the window which overlooked my landlady's garden and the front steps of the building.
  • 2

    (of small hotel)
    dueña feminine
    patrona feminine
    • Anne has developed the reputation of being one of the best landladies in the business and is a celebrity cook, no less.
    • A drinker who smashed up his favourite boozer after a row with the landlady unwittingly landed himself a court appearance.
    • I know most of the landlords and landladies here and they certainly wouldn't sell alcohol to children.
    • A landlord and landlady today told of the battle to prevent their pub being ruined by flood water.
    • The landlord and landlady of The Craven justly feel they are equally the victims concerning an alleged offence they know nothing about.
    • As the night draws to a close and the remaining few are left in the town's pubs, landlords and landladies call time at 11 before you stagger into the Indian-Chinese-Italian-Mexican-or Kebab shop takeaway and you're in the midnight hour.
    • And what's good for government is good for the people - hoteliers and landladies were showing no mercy either.
    • The 53-year-olds are the landlady and landlord of the Lord Nelson in York Village, Langho.
    • The peace camp was offered new accommodation by the landlady of the Axe and Compass public house in Kempsford.
    • Fun-loving landlord and landlady Ricky and Donna Salt donned fancy dress to really help the party go with a swing.
    • I'm afraid to say whilst there are some good landlords and landladies in town, there are also some who need to stop looking so miserable, put a smile on their face and start offering a genuine welcome along with some value for money
    • She will be especially missed by her locals, who regarded her not as a landlady or a publican but as a friend.
    • But landlady Mary Wood, who took over the pub seven months ago, is looking to the future.
    • The comedy is set in a Northern English pub with the gambling landlord and bubbly landlady playing host to an eclectic mix of their regulars.
    • I used to be a pub landlady and catering manager, and I can't do it any more.
    • The present landlord and landlady Mike and Stacey Coombes opted for pastures new, meaning that the pub is up for grabs from today.
    • And - this is the great thing - your small group eats together, in the hotel, at country restaurants or with village landladies.
    • Council officers are still urging landlords and landladies to get their applications for the new licences in before the deadline of 6 August.
    • Across the road, landlord and landlady Mark and Tracey Whittam, of The Red Lion pub, were dealing with their own flood.
    • The landlady and landlord do the cooking themselves and the pub offers very good value.
  • 3British

    (of pub)
    (owner) dueña feminine
    (owner) patrona feminine
    (manager) encargada feminine