Translation of charwoman in Spanish:

charwoman

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɑrˌwʊmən/ /ˈtʃɑːwʊmən/

nounplural charwomen

British
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    • In the following six sections, the charwoman Mrs. McNab enters the house, ‘tearing the veil of silence’ of Charmichael's and Mr. Ramsay's poetic/metaphysical visions.
    • Nancy Sharman recalled that her mother, a Southampton charwoman, had no time to read until her last illness, at age 54.
    • I met a Battersea charwoman yesterday who was almost in tears because she lived on the wrong side of the street and couldn't vote for Saklatvala.
    • My mother did not keep very good health, so we had a charwoman who came in to do the cleaning.
    • The play has two characters, upper class Mrs Holbrook and charwoman, Mrs Chicky.