home-maker

Related to home-maker: movie maker
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home-maker

[ˈhəʊmˌmeɪkəʳ] N (US) → ama f de casa
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She was a born housekeeper and home-maker. It had been a curious destiny that had driven her into a newspaper office, and at that very moment, there lay on her desk, like a whisper from Fate, the written offer from the rival paper to buy her out for fifteen hundred dollars, giving herself a position on the consolidated staff.
The siblings have been repeatedly assaulted by the mother who is a home-maker.
As a full-time mum playing the home-maker comes as second nature.
Mr Selfridge star Walker plays Bel, a mother and home-maker who is suddenly faced with a new business opportunity when her brother-in-law Teddy (Green) begs her to step in and rescue the family business.
One of my patients is a 56-year-old home-maker. When her husband lost his job, she could not afford insulin and spent three days in the hospital with sugar over 400.
However, he said she was an "excellent home-maker and an excellent mother" to their two children.
From cute salt and pepper shakers to cool and funky mugs, there's something or every design conscious home-maker!.
If the hours worked were paid at the minimum wage, a home-maker should be worth PS19,000 a year, the survey said.
"Apnapan": Reena Roy's stellar performance as a mother who prefers a career to the role of a home-maker. Of course, the script makes her suffer and sob for her sin.
THE HOME.MAKER This is where showhomes come into their own - The Home-Maker loves to visualise how they could furnish their new home, what accessories look best in which room and they know the latest kitchen appliances that will look fabulous in their new home.
Doris was very much a family orientated woman and enjoyed spending her time as a home-maker.
Numerous studies have shown that the old concepts of man as breadwinner and woman as home-maker are not what young couples aspire to - and that being pigeonholed into such roles damages couple relationships.