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  • (usually in the feminine) housecleaner (person employed to clean a house) domestic worker (person who works in the employer’s household) (housecleaner): empregado
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  • ‎(plural housemen) (now chiefly US) A male follower or retainer; a male domestic worker or servant. [from 17th c.] (chiefly Britain) A medical graduate gaining
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  • declension, masculine form: kalps) (female) servant, maid (a (female) domestic worker) turēt kalponi — to have (lit. hold) a maid kalpone istabu uzkopšanai
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  • translations. Translations to be checked domestic ‎(plural domestics) A house servant; a maid; a household worker. Mary Romero, Maid in the U.S.A. - New
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  • and opens the bright green door, walking a few metres, squinting. A domestic animal having a smooth coat. 1916, William Ernest Castle and Sewall Wright
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  • from having offspring; to castrate or spay, particularly as applied to domestic animals. To rid of sexuality 2012 June 26, Genevieve Koski, “Music: Reviews:
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  • plus tomatoes, of course, and a salad. (intransitive) To be a servant or worker; to perform the duties of a servant or employee; to render service. [from
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  • familiarus molossus, Canis saultor, Canis familiaris saultor (animal): domestic dog, hound, canine; see also Wikisaurus:dog (male): stud, sire (man): bloke
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  • or something?’ ‘We call them “staff”,’ Roger replies. A younger such worker. 1721, Penelope Aubin, The Life of Madam de Beaumount, ii, 36: I resolved
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  • Speeches, and Statements of the President: I think the President's Adviser on Domestic Affairs should keep his cotton-picking hands off the economic policy for
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  • East, used to monitor migrant labourers, mostly in the construction and domestic sectors. 2015 July 15, Barry Meier, “Labor Scrutiny for FIFA as a World
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  • He got the idea of transforming the traditional sashiko — quilted-cotton worker's pants and jacket fabric — into a modern leisure fabric, a homegrown equivalent
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  • get a good rest tonight; I was up late last night. The sun sets, and the workers go to their rest. (countable) Any relief from exertion; a state of quiet
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  • agricultural and clerical workers, persons engaged in personal or domestic service, and those below twenty years of age (unorganizable workers), the organizable
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