feminine noun
1. (formal) (old-fashioned) (young, unmarried woman) 
a. maiden 
La doncella dijo que nunca se casaría y salió para el convento.The maiden said she would never marry, and left for the convent.
b. damsel 
El héroe de la historia siempre salva a la hermosa doncella.The hero of the story always saves the beautiful damsel.
c. virgin 
En la antigua Grecia, las doncellas servían como sacerdotisas.In ancient Greece, virgins served as priestesses.
2. (servant) 
a. maid 
Cuando mi abuela llegó a este país, trabajó como doncella en una casa grande.When my grandmother first arrived in this country, she worked as a maid in a big house.
b. maidservant (old-fashioned) 
Las mujeres nobles solían tener numerosas doncellas a su servicio.Noblewomen typically had numerous maidservants at their service.
1. (general) 
a. maid 
1 (criada) maidservant
2 (virgen) maiden; virgin
3 (Hist) (Literat) maid; maiden
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