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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.
奥さん、お嬢さん(女性に呼びかける丁寧な言葉)
Thank you, ma’am.
Translations of “ma’am”
in Korean 부인…
in Arabic مَدام…
in Portuguese senhora…
in Catalan senyora…
in Italian usato per rivolgersi ad una donna in modo gentile e formale…
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