Definition of 'cleaning lady'
Example sentences containing 'cleaning lady'
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She would have to change the bed before she left on Monday, before his cleaning lady came. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2001)It's bad enough trying to work out what to say to my cleaning lady. FINAL RESORT (2001)
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Used Rarely. cleaning lady is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cleaning lady'
British English: cleaning lady /ˈkliːnɪŋ ˈleɪdɪ/ NOUN
A cleaning lady is a woman who is employed to clean the rooms and furniture inside a building.
- American English: cleaning lady
- Arabic: عَامِلَة النَّظَافَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: faxineira
- Chinese: 清洁女工
- Croatian: čistačica
- Czech: uklízečka
- Danish: rengøringsassistent
- Dutch: schoonmaakster
- European Spanish: señora de la limpieza
- Finnish: siivooja
- French: femme de ménage
- German: Putzfrau
- Greek: καθαρίστρια
- Italian: donna delle pulizie
- Japanese: 掃除婦
- Korean: 청소 아줌마
- Norwegian: rengjøringshjelp
- Polish: sprzątaczka
- European Portuguese: empregada de limpeza
- Romanian: femeie de serviciu
- Russian: уборщица
- Spanish: señora de la limpieza
- Swedish: städerska
- Thai: หญิงทำความสะอาด
- Turkish: temizlikçi
- Ukrainian: прибиральниця
- Vietnamese: nữ lao công
Definition of cleaning lady from the Collins English Dictionary
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