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Spanish translation of “au pair”

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au pair

noun /ˌou ˈpə(r)/
a young person from abroad employed by a family to look after the children and help with the housework in return for room, meals, pocket money and an opportunity to learn the language
au pair
a French au pair (also adjective) an au pair girl.
(Definition of au pair from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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