janitorial
adjective see janitor

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • janitorial — 1869, from JANITOR (Cf. janitor) + IAL (Cf. ial) …   Etymology dictionary

  • janitorial — |janə|tōrēəl, tȯr adjective : of or belonging to a janitor : custodial janitorial duties the janitorial staff …   Useful english dictionary

  • janitorial — janitor ► NOUN chiefly N. Amer. ▪ a caretaker of a building. DERIVATIVES janitorial adjective. ORIGIN Latin, from janua door …   English terms dictionary

  • janitorial — See janitor. * * * …   Universalium

  • janitorial — adjective /ˈdʒæn.ɪ.tɔː(ɹ).ɪiəl/ of or pertaining to a janitor …   Wiktionary

  • janitorial — adj. of a maintenance worker, of a guard …   English contemporary dictionary

  • janitorial — jan·i·to·ri·al …   English syllables

  • janitorial — jan·i·tor (jăn’ĭ tər) n. 1) One who attends to the maintenance or cleaning of a building. 2) A doorman. ╂ [Latin iānitor, doorkeeper, from iānua, door, from iānus, archway; see ei .] jan′i·to’ri·al ( tôr’ē əl) adj. Word History: In Latin iānus… …   Word Histories

  • janitor — janitorial /jan i tawr ee euhl, tohr /, adj. /jan i teuhr/, n. 1. a person employed in an apartment house, office building, school, etc., to clean the public areas, remove garbage, and do minor repairs; caretaker. 2. Archaic. a doorkeeper or… …   Universalium

  • City Wide Maintenance — City Wide Maintenance, Inc. The City Wide Maintenance headquarters in Lenexa, KS. Type Private …   Wikipedia

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