janitor

  • 21 janitor — jan|i|tor [ˈdʒænıtə US ər] n [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: janua door ] especially AmE someone whose job is to look after a school or other large building British Equivalent: caretaker …

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  • 22 Janitor — Ja|ni|tor der; s, ...oren <aus gleichbed. lat. ianitor zu Ianus, dem röm. Gott der Türen u. Tore> Türhüter, Pförtner im alten Rom …

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  • 23 janitor — jan|i|tor [ dʒænıtər ] noun count someone whose job is to look after a public building, such as a hospital or school. British usually caretaker …

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  • 24 janitor — jan·i·tor || dʒænɪtÉ™(r) n. custodian, maintenance man; gatekeeper …

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  • 25 janitor — [ dʒanɪtə] noun chiefly N. Amer. a caretaker. Derivatives janitorial adjective Origin C16: from L., from janua door …

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  • 26 janitor — n. Porter, doorkeeper, concierge …

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  • 27 janitor — noun (C) AmE or ScotE someone who looks after a school or other large building; caretaker (1) BrE …

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  • 28 janitor — n cleaning man, superintendent, Inf. super, handyman, custodian, caretaker, guardian; doorman, doorkeeper, concierge, ostiary, usher, porter; gatekeeper, watchman, sentinel, sentry …

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  • 29 janitor — jan·i·tor …

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  • 30 janitor — [ˈdʒænɪtə] noun [C] someone whose job is to clean and look after a public building Syn: caretaker …

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  • 31 janitor — /ˈdʒænətə / (say januhtuh) noun 1. a caretaker, especially one who does basic cleaning maintenance. 2. a doorkeeper or porter. {Latin: doorkeeper. See Janus} –janitorial /dʒænəˈtɔriəl/ (say januh tawreeuhl), adjective –janitress /ˈdʒænətrəs/ (say …

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  • 32 janitor —   Mālama hale …

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  • 33 janitor — A person who cares for a building, such as an apartment house, in respect of keeping it clean and orderly. A doorkeeper …

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  • 34 janitor — n. 1 a doorkeeper. 2 a caretaker of a building. Derivatives: janitorial adj. Etymology: L f. janua door …

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  • 35 Janitor Man — is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System puzzle game. It was never featured on Nintendo Power , so there was never a strong demand for this video game …

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  • 36 Janitor (Scrubs) — Infobox character | name = Janitor caption = Promotional image of Neil Flynn as the Janitor first = My First Day last = gender = Male occupation = Janitor age = 47 height = 6 5.5 alias = Dr. Jan Itor, Lurch, Josh, Ephraim, Klaus, Nigel, Rotinaj… …

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  • 37 Janitor Joe (band) — Career The band s first single, [http://cgi.ebay.it/JANITOR JOE HMONG TODAY HUNG TOMORROW 7 USA OXO W0QQitemZ100502663421QQihZ003QQcategoryZ45541QQcmdZViewItem Hmong] , was released on the nascent [http://www.get happy records.com/Labels… …

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  • 38 Janitor Joe — Infobox VG| title = Janitor Joe developer = Kevin Bales publisher = released = 1984? genre = Platform game modes = Single player platforms = MS DOS Janitor Joe is a DOS game by Kevin Bales in which the player must gather keys and escape from a… …

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  • 39 Dial J for Janitor — Infobox Television episode Title =Dial J for Janitor Series =The Honeymooners Caption =Ralph s stint as janitor ends with a bang. Season =1 Episode =38 Airdate =September 15, 1956 Production =n/a Writer =A.J. Russell andHerbert Finn Director… …

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  • 40 The New Janitor — Infobox Film name = The New Janitor imagesize= caption = director = Charlie Chaplin producer = Mack Sennett writer = starring = Charles Chaplin Jess Dandy John T. Dillon Al St. John music = cinematography = Frank D. Williams editing = distributor …

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