English version

Topic: Household

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhouseholdhouse‧hold1 /ˈhaʊshəʊld $ -hoʊld/ ●●○ noun [countable]  PERSON/PEOPLEall the people who live together in one house syn house A growing number of households have at least one computer. Families are classified by the occupation of the head of the household (=the person who earns the most money and is most respected in a house).
Examples from the Corpus
householdSeb found Boz tying some of the bulkier items of his household to the rear of his caravan.a two-income householdIf there were only one, that person could claim a discount, as could poorer households.The Thomas household had five sons by the time Edward was ten years old.the head of the householdThe father as the head of the household.Rates are paid by the head of the household, and some households receive rate rebates.One copy is for the head of the household to complete.Of the remainder, only four were from homes where the head of the household was a non-manual worker.