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chambermaid in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchambermaidcham‧ber‧maid /ˈtʃeɪmbəmeɪd $ -ər-/ noun [countable]  BODLa female worker whose job is to clean and tidy bedrooms, especially in a hotel
Examples from the Corpus
chambermaidMore than once a hot-water bottle filled with cider burst in the back of a closet, for a chambermaid to find.Teddy's girlfriend, in-house chambermaid, she is about four foot ten, with a face like a petite fox.Pratchett, Mrs, chambermaid at the hotel where Somebody's Luggage is found.Did you not agree she should be my chambermaid?On the side of the bed away from the window was Lily's new silk nightdress, folded carefully by the chambermaid.In the mornings the chambermaid will roll it up leaving the floor space free.