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ma’am

noun [no plural]   /mɑːm/ formal
mainly US You call a woman ‘ma’am’ when you are speaking to her politely. usato per rivolgersi ad una donna in modo gentile e formale Thank you, ma’am.
Translations of “ma’am”
in Korean 부인…
in Arabic مَدام…
in Portuguese senhora…
in Catalan senyora…
in Japanese 奥さん、お嬢さん(女性に呼びかける丁寧な言葉)…
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