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noun   /ˈleɪ·di/ ( plural ladies)
B1 a polite way of saying ‘woman’ señora, dama Ladies and gentlemen, can I have your attention please?
in the UK, a title used before the name of a woman of high social rank lady, dama Lady Alison Weir
(Definition of lady from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ladylady’s fingersthe ladies

noun, noun plural, noun /ˈleidi/ ( plural ladies)
a more polite form of woman señora, dama Tell that child to stand up and let that lady sit down The lady in the flower shop said that roses are expensive just now Ladies’ shoes are upstairs in this shop (also adjective) a lady doctor.
a woman of good manners and refined behaviour/behavior dama Be quiet! Ladies do not shout in public.
in the United Kingdom, used as the title of, or a name for, a woman of noble rank lady Sir James and Lady Brown lords and ladies.
ladylike adjective
like a lady in manners elegante, fino She is too ladylike to swear.
Ladyship noun
(with Her, Your) a word used in speaking to, or about, a woman with the title ’Lady’ su señoría Thank you, Your Ladyship Ask Her Ladyship for permission.
ladybird noun ( ladybug)
(American ladybug) a type of little round beetle, usually red with black spots. mariquita
the long sticky green pods of a tropical plant, used as a vegetable; okra quimbombó
a women’s toilet in a public place baño femenino She’s just gone to the ladies.
(Definition of ladylady’s fingersthe ladies from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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