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au pair

noun   /ˌəʊ ˈpeər/
a young person who stays with a family in another country and takes care of the children au pair
(Definition of au pair from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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)
Translations of “au pair”
in Korean 오 페어, 외국 현지의 가정에서 아이들을 돌보며 함께 사는 젊은 사람…
in Arabic مُرَبِّية (شَخْص يَعيش مَعَ عائلة في بَلَد أَجْنَبي يَتَعَلم لُغَتَها لِقَاء العِناية بِالأطْفال والمَنْزِل)…
in Malaysian pembantu rumah…
in Russian няня…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在國外為學習外語住在當地人家裡,以照顧孩子或做家務換取食宿和小額報酬,通常是年輕女性…
in Italian persona alla pari…
in Turkish dil öğrenmek amacıyla başka ülkede aile yanında kalan, verilen işleri yapan ve onlarla yaşayan gençler (daha çok bayan)…
in Polish au pair…
in Vietnamese người làm công được nuôi cơm…
in Portuguese estudante estrangeiro que mora com uma família para aprender a língua em troca de fazer pequenos serviços domésticos…
in Thai ชาวต่างชาติที่ทำหน้าที่เป็นพี่เลี้ยงเด็กและงานบ้านแลกกับที่พัก อาหาร ค่าจ้าง และโอกาสในการเรียนภาษา…
in German Au-pair-Mädchen…
in Catalan au-pair…
in Japanese オペア(住み込みで育児を手伝う人)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 换工(在国外为学习外语而住在当地人家里,以照看孩子或做家务换取食宿和小额报酬,通常是年轻女性)…
in Indonesian TKW…
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