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Translation of "domestic" - English-French dictionary

domestic

adjective /dəˈmestik/
of or in the house or home
de maison
a domestic servant domestic utensils.
concerning one’s private life or family
familial
domestic problems.
(of animals) tame and living with or used by people.
domestique
Cats are popular domestic pets.
not foreign
intérieur
a domestic airline the Government’s domestic policy.
domesticated /-keitid/ adjective (of animals) accustomed to living near and being used by people
domestiqué
Cows and sheep have been domesticated for many thousands of years.
good at doing jobs associated with running a house
d’intérieur
My husband has become very domesticated since I’ve been ill.
domestication noun
domestication
domesticity /doumeˈstisəti/ noun (fondness for) home life.
vie de famille
domestic help (a person paid to give) assistance with housework etc.
employé/-ée de maison
(Definition of domestic from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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