Translation of butler in Spanish:

butler

mayordomo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbətlər/ /ˈbʌtlə/

noun

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    mayordomo masculine
    • In those days, a grand house would employ at least 16 domestic servants, and perhaps an army of 30-cooks, parlour maids, footmen, hall boys, gardeners, butlers, coachmen.
    • I miss the people in the White House: the butlers, the house men, and the curator, and you know, the usher that runs the place.
    • After that I fantasized for hours about living in such a house and having several maids and butlers instead of our one.
    • It's such a large house and the butlers are all cranky old men who are hardly the right kind of companionship for a young woman.
    • He even had a few maids and butlers who attended us.
    • These butlers, footmen, valets, drivers, personal assistants, and bodyguards knew where the bodies lay.
    • White House butlers and such probably do the same.
    • I am going to live in a rich palace and have butlers; servants and maids help me doing every task.
    • Every room had maids and servants and butlers all cleaning and decorating his home.
    • Beth guessed from the man's tone of voice that he was the house butler.
    • Grown-ups who worked as grooms, butlers, maids or gardeners in the surrounding plantation houses occasionally brought these home with left-over foods wrapped in them.
    • We moved into a bigger house and hired a few maids and butlers.
    • Not because you had a huge house with tons of maids and butlers.
    • Personal staff costs - for two butlers, a valet, four chefs, two chauffeurs, eight housekeepers, eight gardeners and a secretariat - are probably another £1m.
    • Inside were sparkling chandeliers in every room, carpeted staircases, butlers and servants at your feet and really wonderful food and expensive wine.
    • You know, probably the most powerful people within a household are valets, dressers and butlers.
    • In the past five years demand for housekeepers and butlers has risen ten-fold in the UK.
    • There was a couple from Chicago who went around the world attended by a butler.
    • The butler is a servant who seems to have turned the tables and become master.
    • They walked down to the basement level, and found a wing for all of the cooks, servants, maids, and butlers.