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maid 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/mād/,
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maids, plural;
  1. A female domestic servant

  2. A girl or young woman, esp. an unmarried one

  3. A virgin


  1. a female domestic
  2. an unmarried girl (especially a virgin)
  3. (maidism) pellagra: a disease caused by deficiency of niacin or tryptophan (or by a defect in the metabolic conversion of tryptophan to niacin); characterized by gastrointestinal disturbances and erythema and nervous or mental disorders; may be caused by malnutrition or alcoholism or other ...
  4. In computing, a massive array of idle disks (more commonly known as a MAID) is a system using hundreds to thousands of hard drives for near-line storage of data. MAID is designed for 'Write Once, Read Occasionally' (WORO) applications. ...
  5. Maid is a title granted to the eldest daughter of a Laird. The title is not often used today but can still be used. The title is customary and not automatically given.
  6. The Maid is a 2005 Singaporean horror film telling of a maid recently arriving from the Philippines. She has to acclimate herself to the customs of the Chinese Ghost Month, during which she struggles with supernatural forces. ...
  7. The Maid (La Nana) is a 2009 dramedy film, directed by Sebastián Silva and co-written by Silva and Pedro Peirano. It has won numerous awards since its premiere at the 25th Annual Sundance Film Festival. ...
  8. The Maid is a 1991 film in which Anthony Wayne (Martin Sheen) goes to Paris for a new job and has a 30 day period before he starts work to get settled.
  9. "The Maid" is the 175th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 19th episode of the 9th and final season. It aired on April 30, 1998.
  10. (Maids (film)) Maids (Domésticas) is a 2001 Brazilian film directed by Fernando Meirelles and co-written with Cecília Homem de Mello, Renata Melo, and Nando Olival. It has won 7 awards and 8 nominations.
  11. (The maids) The Maids (Les Bonnes) is a play by the French dramatist Jean Genet. It was first performed at the Athenaeum Theatre in Paris in a production that opened on 17 April 1947, which Louis Jouvet directed. A film adaptation of the play was released in 1974.
  12. A girl or an unmarried young woman; maiden; A female servant or cleaner; A virgin of any gender
  13. (MAIDS) mouse acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
  14. A MAID is an array of hard disks, similar to RAID, where data that does not experience high activity can reside on lower performance and more power-efficient storage. Also known as "lazy disks. ...
  15. here, handmaiden, a woman or girl servant or attendant.
  16. Trying to clean up a situation / Feeling unappreciated, inferior, or dominated; being in service to others; not putting your needs first / Wordplay for 'made'
  17. as an occupational title it refers to a female Domestic Servant. If the term is found in other contexts it may refer to an unmarried girl.
  18. May mean a maidservant, but is also used as the generic term for blondes and brunettes, or even for human beings in general (cf the real-world use of 'man' and see her). ...
  19. a young girl, child, or merely unmarried woman woman.  This is sometimes used to refer to any woman regardless of age or marital status.  Also, a man you can get to clean the house.
  20. Usually used to refer to a young woman.