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メイド, メード

  • meido,mēdo


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • maid

Examples of メイド,メード in a Sentence

The maid announced each guest.
He has a maid to wait on him.
The maid arranged the knives and forks on the table.
I had a part-time job as a hotel maid, but I didn't like it very much.
It has become common practise to employ foreigners working abroad from Asian countries as maids.
The maid had already cleaned the room when Carol walked in.
The maid came in bearing a cake.
However, like America, Japan is predominantly a middle-class, middle-income country, and so wives do not employ maids, but attend to everything themselves.

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