- the work of a housekeeper
- the department or staff at a hotel or motel responsible for cleaning guest rooms and public areas, changing linens, etc.
- internal management of affairs, as of a business
This man is part of a hotel's housekeeping staff.
- An example of housekeeping is the cleaning of your bathroom.
- An example of housekeeping is the maid in the hotel who cleans rooms.
The definition of housekeeping is doing basic cleaning tasks in a house, hotel or other locations, or the department of employees who manage and perform cleaning tasks.
- Performance or management of household tasks.
- Management and maintenance of the property of an institution or organization.
- Routine tasks and procedures carried out in the functioning of an operation or system.
- A department in a hotel or institution that is in charge of cleaning and minor maintenance.
(countable and uncountable, plural housekeepings)
- The chores of maintaining a house as a residence, especially cleaning.
- Any general tasks that involve preparation.
- The computer program does some general housekeeping involving initializing variables and opening files before beginning the main processing.
- Hospitality; a liberal and hospitable table; a supply of provisions.
housekeeping - Computer Definition
- While moms who don't work outside the home don't earn a regular paycheck, they do contribute to the family's financial health by providing childcare, cooking, housekeeping, and other services that would otherwise be paid for out of pocket.
- In the intermediate and secondary departments there is a choice of six courses; general, teaching, farming, toolwork, housekeeping and household arts and business.
- The New England Homestead (weekly; published by the Orange Judd Company), Farm and Home, a semi-monthly, and Good Housekeeping, a monthly (published by the Phelps Publishing Company), and the Kindergarten Review (monthly, published by the MiltonBradley Company, who publish other educational matter) are important periodicals.
- Scoucn6cs, " housekeeping," "administration," ScoucE7v, "to keep house," "to govern"), the sphere of a bishop's jurisdiction.
- Not without a struggle Henriette consented not only to the marriage, but to make her home with the young couple, whose housekeeping depended on the sum that she could contribute.