housecleaner


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house·clean·ing

 (hous′klē′nĭng)
n.
1. The cleaning and tidying of a house and its contents.
2. Informal Removal of unwanted personnel, methods, or policies in an effort at reform or improvement.

house′clean′ v.
house′clean′er n.
Translations

housecleaner

n limpiador -ra mf (de casas), doméstico -ca mf
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