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NOUN   a washerwoman | washerwomen
SYNO laundress | laundrywoman | washerwoman | ...
прачка {ж}
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Translation for 'washerwoman' from English to Russian

прачка {ж}занятие
Usage Examples English
  • Sundarban Tiger Reserve of West Bengal, is associated as the place where Neti, foster mother of Ma Manasha, lived and worked as a washerwoman.
  • The combination became known as the "washerwoman's gig" which was featured on the cover of "Aunt Sally's Policy Players' Dream Book", published by H.
  • Moura-lavadeira is a washerwoman but she is only seen putting white clothes out in the sun, contrary to the Lavandières who wash blood-stained clothes, the mouras are more like the "lavadeiras".
  • Oseola McCarty (March 7, 1908 – September 26, 1999) was a local washerwoman in Hattiesburg, Mississippi who became The University of Southern Mississippi's (USM) most famous benefactor.
  • The movie follows story of a washerwoman, her lazy husband and her daughter.
  • Anna Jasińska (10 July 1867 – 7 October 1957) was a washerwoman, Polonia activist connected with Wrocław (Breslau).
  • In "À Catherine Ségurane" she celebrates the heroism of Catherine Ségurane, the washerwoman of Nice.
  • A washerwoman guides him in, where he learns that everyone there is waiting for him.
  • Revie was born in Middlesbrough, North Riding of Yorkshire, on 10 July 1927. His mother, a washerwoman, died of cancer when he was 12.
  • "Anoplognathus rugosus", commonly known as washerwoman, is a beetle of the family Scarabaeidae native to eastern Australia and Tasmania.
  • The hospital was devastated by fire on 6 November 1716, apparently started by a washerwoman with a candle. It was largely rebuilt between 1717 and 1725.
  • To feed Marie and her sister, her mother left the Bresse countryside to work in the nearest town, Chalon-sur-Saône, where she found employment as a daily washerwoman.
  • Rönn-Christiansson started to work as a teenager, and worked as a maid, in a confectionery and as a washerwoman in the Sahlgrenska University Hospital.
  • A fair is organized annually, on the occasion of dol purnima (full moon), on the bank of the Dontapukur at Nanoor in memory of Dwija Chandidas and Rajakini (washerwoman) Tami.
  • In literature, the washerwoman may be a convenient disguise, as with Toad, one of the protagonists of "The Wind in the Willows (1908)," in order to escape from prison; and in "The Penultimate Peril" story of the Lemony Snicket book series "A Series of Unfortunate Events", Kevin the Ambidextrous Man poses as a washerwoman who works in the laundry room at the Hotel Denouement.
  • A [...] ('washerwoman') is a specific type of [...].
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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