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“Yup, "la muchacha" is a very good way to say "maid" ... even if she's not too muchacha anymore: Þ”
“When we lived in Chiapas, the word for housekeeper or cleaning woman was "muchacha" even if yours was 90 years old.”
“But advertisements for household help in the newspapers or on signs hung our front always used the generic term "muchacha".”
“If it is someone married, with children and 40 years old would you still call them "muchacha"?”
“In Mexico, he must be a deeply disgraced criminal whose sweetheart would be ashamed of him; and every now and then, a brown-skinned "muchacha" might be seen crossing to where the scavengers were at work, and, with a muttered word or two, passing something into a hand eagerly outstretched to receive it.”
“I thought, Got a point there, muchacha, only it wasn't God.”
“Hace poco, apareció en la tele una muchacha llamada Belén Francese; fue como invitada a varios programas.”
“Like _girl_ was _muchacha_, so _muchachita_ was _little girl_.”
“While the _muchacha_ ground, or rather crushed, the wheat between the stones, the _ranchera_, with a platter-shaped basket, cleansed it of dust, chaff, and all impure particles, by tossing the grain in the basket.”
“This great rough fellow, of six feet and over, called a trim little _poblana_ to him, with, "hyar, my little muchacha! vamous, and git me some of that'er Pass, good now, and clar!”
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