1. janus, Janus => janitor.
- janitor (n.)
- 1580s, "an usher in a school," later "doorkeeper" (1620s), from Latin ianitor "doorkeeper, porter," from ianua "door, entrance, gate," from ianus "arched passageway, arcade" (see Janus) + agent suffix -tor. Meaning "caretaker of a building" first recorded 1708.
- 1. The janitor comes round to turn the lights out.
- 2. The janitor let off some steam because the pressure was too high.
- 3. I'll just play until the janitor comes round to turn the lights out.
- 4. That janitor is a snail who never gets things done.
- 5. Art recruited a janitor, we're paying him to keep watch.
- 阿特买通了看门人, 我们出钱让他放哨.
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