Translation of major-domo in Spanish:


mayordomo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌmeɪdʒərˈdoʊmoʊ/ /ˌmeɪdʒəˈdəʊməʊ/

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nounplural major-domos

  • 1

    mayordomo masculine
    • I was almost relieved when the household major-domo materialised from somewhere to bow and request her presence.
    • In a nineteenth-century South American setting, De Flores was a major-domo of slave stock, and his resentments, sexual and social, drove the action forward.
    • Malvolio (Des McAleer) is a haughty major-domo, but where is his festering self-love and manic insecurity?
    • Up the main steps they went to the open main door where an imposing major-domo took the invitations.
    • Hildegardé was, unusually enough, actually acting like a major-domo.