Translation of live-in in Spanish:

live-in

Pronunciation: /ˈlɪvɪn/

adjective/adjetivo

  • (before noun/delante del nombre) [staff] residente a live-in maid una criada, una empleada or chica con cama, una empleada de planta (Mexico/México) , una empleada puertas adentro (Chile) she has a live-in lover su amante vive con ella
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    • Once my mother asked me if I would mind spending the weekend helping my memaw around her house as her live-in nurse had to take off for the weekend for personal reasons.
    • She employs a live-in maid, but otherwise lives alone.
    • Employing a live-in servant was particularly important to distinguish the white-collar group, including civil servants, from that of the working class in Belgium.

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