Meaning: An employee or official who has various different responsibilities to handle
Pronunciation: fak-toh-tuh m
Synonyms: Retainer, Servant, workaholic, odd-job person
Usage/Example: 1. She might appear as the perfect factotum; and indeed she was.
2. The GOP's cheerleading factotum gushed that "Republicans will choose from a deep bench of presidential material." (Source: newsworks.org)
3. She couched comfortably in the living room while his teen-age niece, Sarah, who serves as her factotum, served her morning breakfast.
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