Translation of household in Spanish:

household

Pronunciation: /ˈhaʊshəʊld/

n

  • casa (feminine) the whole household was there estaban todos los de la casa households with more than one wage earner las familias or [formal] los hogares donde trabajan dos o más personas the staff of the Royal Household (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) el personal de la Casa Real (before noun/delante del nombre) the Household Cavalry (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) la Caballería Real the household chores las tareas domésticas or de la casa household effects contenido (masculine) de la casa household expenses gastos (masculine plural) de la casa household goods artículos (masculine plural) del hogar household insurance seguro (masculine) del hogar household linen ropa (feminine) blanca a household name un nombre muy conocido household pet animal (masculine) doméstico
    More example sentences
    • The lack of availability is cited by less than ten per cent of non-wired households.
    • All of these can be measured at the unit of the individual, or the whole household.
    • When one of us is labouring over a difficult job it affects the whole household.

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