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lady

US [ˈleɪdi]
UK ['leɪdi]
  • n.女士;夫人;小姐;淑女
  • Web蕾蒂;女人;女性
Plural Form:ladies  
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n.
1.
[c]
女士,女子(指成年女子,有些人尤其是长者认为这样说比较礼貌)a word used to mean ‘woman’ that some people, especially older people, consider is more polite
There's a lady waiting to see you.
有位女士等着要见你。
He was with an attractive young lady.
他与一位漂亮的年轻女子在一起。
the ladies' golf championship
女子高尔夫球锦标赛
a tea lady(= a woman who serves tea in an office)
(办公室的)上茶女侍
She's a tough lady.
她是个能吃苦耐劳的女士。
a lady doctor/golfer
女医生;女高尔夫球手
2.
[c]
举止文雅且有教养的女子;淑女a woman who is polite and well educated, has excellent manners and always behaves well
His wife was a real lady.
他的妻子真是个娴雅的淑女。
3.
[c][usupl]
(尤用于称呼或谈及不认识的女子)女士,小姐used when speaking to or about a girl or woman, especially sb you do not know
Can I take your coats, ladies?
女士们,我可以替你们拿大衣吗?
Could I have your attention, ladies and gentlemen ?
女士们,先生们,请注意!
4.
[sing]
(不尊重的非正式称呼)女人,女士an informal way to talk to a woman, showing a lack of respect
Listen, lady, don't shout at me.
听着,女士,别对我大喊大叫的。
5.
[c]
(英国)贵妇人,夫人,小姐(in Britain) a woman belonging to a high social class
the lords and ladies of the court
宫廷的贵族及夫人
a lady's maid
贵妇人的贴身女侍
6.
[c]
(在英国对女贵族、女爵士、贵族成员的妻女或爵士妻子的称呼)夫人,女士,小姐(in Britain) a title used by a woman who is a member of the nobility , or by sb who has been given the titlelady as an honour. The wives and daughters of some members of the nobility and the wives of knights are also calledLady .
Lady Howe
豪夫人
Lady Jane Grey
简 ) 格雷小姐
7.
[u]
女厕所;女卫生间;女洗手间;女盥洗室a toilet/bathroom for women in a public building or place
Could you tell me where the ladies is?
请告诉我女卫生间在哪里好吗?
8.
(天主教常用)圣母a title used to refer to Mary, the mother of Christ, especially in the Roman Catholic Church
Our Lady of Lourdes
露德圣母

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