chambermaid

noun cham·ber·maid \ -ˌmād \

Definition of chambermaid

: a maid who makes beds and does general cleaning of bedrooms (as in a hotel)

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First Known Use of chambermaid

1578

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CHAMBERMAID Defined for English Language Learners

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Definition of chambermaid for English Language Learners

  • : a woman who cleans bedrooms in hotels


CHAMBERMAID Defined for Kids

chambermaid

noun cham·ber·maid \ ˈchām-bər-ˌmād \

Definition of chambermaid for Students

: a maid who takes care of bedrooms (as in a hotel)


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