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housekeeping 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈhousˌkēpiNG/,
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housekeepings, plural;
  1. (of cabins, cottages, or other rental properties) Having basic facilities such as a stove and refrigerator
    • - completely equipped housekeeping cabins
Noun
  1. The management of household affairs

  2. Money set aside or given for such a purpose
    • - writing barely pays my part of the housekeeping
  3. A department within a hotel or other residential facility that oversees the cleaning of rooms and the provision of necessities such as towels and glassware
    • - you'll never have to nag housekeeping for a set of dry towels
  4. Operations such as record-keeping or maintenance in an organization or a computer that make work possible but do not directly constitute its performance

  5. The regulation of metabolic functions that are common to all cells
    • - housekeeping genes

  1. housework: the work of cleaning and running a house
  2. Housekeeping or housecleaning is the systematic process of making a home neat and clean in approximately that order. This may be applied more broadly than just to an individual home, or as a metaphor for a similar "clean up" process applied elsewhere such as a procedural reform. ...
  3. In computer programming, housekeeping can refer either to a standard entry or exit routine appended to a user written block of code (such as a subroutine or function, sometimes known as a function prologue and epilogue) at its entry and exit or, alternatively, to any other automated or manual ...
  4. Housekeeping is a 1987 drama film directed by Bill Forsyth. It stars Christine Lahti and Sara Walker. It won two awards at the 1987 Tokyo International Film Festival. It is based on the novel Housekeeping written by Marilynne Robinson.
  5. A janitor or custodian (called caretaker in British English, see American and British English differences) is a person who takes care of a building, such as a hospital, school, office building, or apartment block. ...
  6. Housekeeping is a novel by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Marilynne Robinson. It was published in 1980, nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction (which Robinson would eventually win for her second novel, Gilead), and given the PEN/Hemingway Award for best first novel.
  7. This could be interpreted as going round with the feather duster and keeping your computer equipment free of dust, but in computer jargon it refers to organising and managing the software installed on your computer system.
  8. The general care, cleanliness and maintenance of an insured property.
  9. The management and maintenance of the theatre space, particularly the public areas
  10. the orderliness and cleanliness of work areas and storage areas.
  11. reference to the care and upkeep of property.
  12. The routine daily and weekly activity of keeping things in their proper place. It includes such periodic tasks as properly storing things, emptying trash, cleaning toilets/urinals, washing walls and mopping floors.
  13. Maintaining uniformity of unit loads, appropriate load clearances, clear aisles and general maintenance. Maintaining a clean facility.
  14. Maintaining the working environment in a tidy manner so that access and movement is not hindered and so as no hazards are introduced into the working environment
  15. Extra services during your stay can be arranged for an additional fee.  On arrival and in the unlikely event the house requires further housekeeping or if there is a minor maintenance issue, please inform our caretakers immediately. ...
  16. When a team is required to clean up a beverage hazard following cup movement. [More Info]
  17. maintaining a workplace that is clean and free of unnecessary materials.
  18. Your rental unit will be thoroughly cleaned before each arrival. If you are not satisfied, please call our office immediately. If you are a late arrival, please notify us by the following morning. If you have not called by this time, we will assume you have found everything in acceptable condition.
  19. the cleaning and organizing of the interior of a residence. The expectations of a caregiver as opposed to a housekeeper lie in their job duties. A housekeeper's job exclusively entails the upkeep of the house interior. The caregiver's primary focus is the care receiver. ...
  20. Keeping the warehouse presentable, organized, and safe for all parties.
  21. The term used to describe maintaining and care for the hard disk, e.g. checking for hard disk errors and viruses, and deleting unwanted files and records.
  22. Those routine tasks required to maintain spacecraft in habitable and operational condition during flight.