lordship

US [ˈlɔrdˌʃɪp]
UK [ˈlɔː(r)dʃɪp]
  • n.(对法官、主教或贵族的尊称)阁下
  • Web贵族身份;主权;贵族权力
Plural Form:lordships  
Lordship
n.
1.
(对法官、主教或贵族的尊称)阁下,大人,爵爷a title of respect used when speaking to or about a judge, a bishop or a nobleman
His Lordship is away on business.
爵爷有事出去了。
2.
(informal)
(对自以为了不起的男孩或男子幽默的称呼)阁下a humorous way of talking to or about a boy or man that you think is trying to be too important
Can his lordship manage to switch off the TV?
请阁下设法关掉电视机好不好?
3.
[u]
贵族的权力(或身份、地位)the power or position of a lord

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