Spanish translation of 'madam'
nounWord forms: plural madams or mesdames [ˈmeɪdæm ]
1. señora f
yes, madam sí, señorasee also dear adjective
2. (British) (informal) (= girl) niña f malcriada ⧫ niña f repipi
3. [of brothel] madama f ⧫ dueña f
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I have hold of your hand but, lord, madam, you are a weight.THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)
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British English: madam /ˈmædəm/ NOUN
Madam is a formal and polite way of addressing a woman.
Thank you, madam.
- American English: madam
- Arabic: سَيِّدَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: madame
- Chinese: 女士
- Croatian: gospođa
- Czech: paní zdvořilé oslovení
- Danish: frue
- Dutch: mevrouw
- European Spanish: señora
- Finnish: rouva puhuttelusana / arvonimi
- French: madame
- German: gnädige Frau
- Greek: κυρία
- Italian: signora
- Japanese: 奥様
- Korean: 부인 여성
- Norwegian: frue
- Polish: pani
- European Portuguese: madame
- Romanian: doamnă
- Russian: госпожа
- Spanish: señora
- Swedish: frun
- Thai: คุณผู้หญิง
- Turkish: madam
- Ukrainian: мадам
- Vietnamese: quý bà
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