Definition of chambermaid in English:

chambermaid

Line breaks: cham¦ber|maid
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃeɪmbəmeɪd
 
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noun

  • A woman who cleans bedrooms and bathrooms in a hotel.
    More example sentences
    • Women worked as hotel chambermaids, housekeepers, babysitters, factory and fast-food workers, and nursing home aids.
    • A receptionist at the Hotel, said one of the hotel chambermaids was opening a window when she saw the car go over the cliff.
    • The two peasant girls whom the hero simultaneously seduces here become hotel chambermaids.

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