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English translation of '女士'

女士

(nǚshì)

  1. (指称呼) Ms.
    ⇒ 王女士,你好! (Wáng nǚshì, nǐhǎo!) Hello, Ms. Wang!
  2. (= 对妇女的尊称) lady

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'女士' in Other Languages

British English: lady /ˈleɪdɪ/ NOUN
You can use lady when you are referring to a woman, especially when you are showing politeness or respect.
She's a very sweet old lady.
  • American English: lady
  • Arabic: سَيِّدَةٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: senhora
  • Chinese: 女士
  • Croatian: dama
  • Czech: paní
  • Danish: dame
  • Dutch: dame
  • European Spanish: dama
  • Finnish: aatelisnainen
  • French: dame
  • German: Dame
  • Greek: κυρία
  • Italian: signora
  • Japanese: 婦人
  • Korean: 숙녀
  • Norwegian: dame
  • Polish: dama
  • European Portuguese: senhora
  • Romanian: doamnă
  • Russian: леди
  • Spanish: dama
  • Swedish: dam kvinna
  • Thai: สุภาพสตรี
  • Turkish: leydi
  • Ukrainian: леді
  • Vietnamese: quý bà
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
British English: Ms /mɪz; məs/ NOUN
Ms is used before a woman's name when you are speaking to her or referring to her. If you use Ms, you are not specifying if the woman is married or not.
Ms Gupta refused to speak to reporters after the meeting.
  • American English: Ms.
  • Arabic: مللي ثانية
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Sra.
  • Chinese: 女士
  • Croatian: titula za žensku osobu koja ne određuje bračni status
  • Czech: paní nebo slečna titul v oslovení
  • Danish: frk.
  • Dutch: Mej
  • European Spanish: Sra.
  • Finnish: NO TRANSLATION
  • French: Melle
  • German: Frau
  • Greek: Κα
  • Italian: signora
  • Japanese: 未婚・既婚にかかわらず、女性に対する敬称
  • Korean: ...씨(여성)
  • Norwegian: frk
  • Polish: panna dziewczyna
  • European Portuguese: Sra.
  • Romanian: scleroză multiplă
  • Russian: женщина, чье семейное положение неизвестно
  • Spanish: Sra.
  • Swedish: fr
  • Thai: ตัวย่อรวมของคำที่ใช้เรียกหญิงที่แต่งงานและไม่ได้แต่งงาน
  • Turkish: Bayan evli olup olmadığını belirtmeyenler için
  • Ukrainian: міс
  • Vietnamese:

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