Definición de maid en inglés:

maid

Silabificación: maid

sustantivo

1A female domestic servant.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • An army of servants - maids, footmen, cooks and gardeners - made the luxurious lifestyle of the family possible.
  • Every room had maids and servants and butlers all cleaning and decorating his home.
  • Most female migrants to the first world find employment as maids or domestics.
Sinónimos
female servant, maidservant, housemaid, domestic, housekeeper; help, cleaner, cleaning woman/lady
1.1 archaic or literary A girl or young woman, especially an unmarried one.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Was this just Andrew's manner - no, but he certainly didn't flirt with the other maids and pretty girls he passed on the streets.
  • A young justice, the Governer of the town, saw the young maid and fell in love with her.
  • The young fifteen-year-old elven maid paraded from her father's cart to the Market streets.
Sinónimos
girl, young woman, young lady, lass, miss, ingenue
literary maiden, damsel, nymph
archaic wench
1.2 archaic or literary A virgin.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • On the eve of St Valentine, a number of young folk - maids and bachelors - would assemble together, and inscribe upon little billets the names of an equal number of maids and bachelors of their acquaintance, throw the whole into a receptacle of some sort, and then draw them lottery-wise - care, of course, being taken that each should draw one of the opposite sex.

Origen

Middle English: abbreviation of maiden.

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