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housework
American English: /ˈhaʊsˌwərk/
British English: /ˈhaʊswəːk/

Translation of housework in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • trabajo (masculine) de la casa
    quehaceres (masculine plural) domésticos
    to do the housework
    hacer las tareas domésticas
    he doesn't do any housework
    no hace nada en la casa
    Example sentences
    • There's only so much newsworthiness you can get out of laundry, cleaning, cooking, housework.
    • Even daily activities such as general housework or playing with your kids can be a good opportunity to boost your fitness levels.
    • In my experience, it would seem that the biggest problem facing new mothers is not housework but a general sense of isolation.

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