Portuguese translation of 'maid'
old maid (pejorative) solteirona
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Example Sentences Including 'maid'
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Presumably the mistress's work was frequently shared by a maid or other servant.The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
We had a palatial house and a maid.Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)
A disorganised woman is asked to be maid of honour at her best friend's wedding.The Sun (2012)
She was the only person I wanted as my maid of honour.The Sun (2015)
We talked about dresses and I told her she would be my maid of honour.The Sun (2011)
We've come up with a few ideas to help out the best man and maid of honour.The Sun (2010)
Were not Achilles and Ajax both in love with their servant maids?Vanity Fair (1837)
The reigning Wimbledon champion has recounted a spooky episode in which he once awoke to find a hotel maid stroking his arm.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
But all was well when she realised she was to be maid of honour.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
A hotel maid in a beige uniform paused at the corner of the courthouse and slipped out of trainers into her work shoes.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
In 1999 she was caught fighting with a young maid over a married pastry chef they were both seeing.The Sun (2008)
It was at the celeb's multi-million pound house while the maid was away.The Sun (2016)
One theory is that the attacker slipped into the house while the maid was cleaning earlier that day.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She had been due to be maid of honour.The Sun (2016)
They almost plead with their maid of honour not to dress them up in a hideous outfit and make them drink.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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'maid' in Other Languages
British English: maid /meɪd/ NOUN
A maid is a woman who works as a servant in a hotel or private house.
A maid brought me breakfast.
- American English: maid
- Arabic: خَادِمَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: empregada doméstica
- Chinese: 女仆
- Croatian: sobarica
- Czech: služebná
- Danish: tjenestepige
- Dutch: dienstmeisje
- European Spanish: criada
- Finnish: palvelijatar
- French: bonne
- German: Dienstmädchen
- Greek: υπηρέτρια
- Italian: cameriera
- Japanese: お手伝い 使用人
- Korean: 하녀
- Norwegian: tjenestepike
- Polish: służąca
- European Portuguese: empregada doméstica
- Romanian: menajeră
- Russian: горничная
- Spanish: criada
- Swedish: hembiträde
- Thai: สาวใช้
- Turkish: hizmetçi kadın
- Ukrainian: покоївка
- Vietnamese: người hầu gái
Translation of maid from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary