English version

maid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Household
maidmaid /meΙͺd/ ●●○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 BODHa female servant, especially in a large house or hotel πŸ”Š a kitchen maid2 WOMAN old use a woman or girl who is not married β†’ old maid
Examples from the Corpus
maidβ€’ He had more than an hour to fill in before the meal: he had a maid bring him beer.β€’ One afternoon as he was hacking away on his violin, a maid appeared with a message from below.β€’ A maid pushed her cleaning cart down the path toward the cottages out back.β€’ The maid came into the room with a platter of sliced beef.β€’ She became a ward maid in a hospital.β€’ Weekly maid and household laundry service included.
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