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Translation of "lord" - English-Spanish dictionary

lord

noun /loːd/
a master; a man or animal that has power over others or over an area gran señor The lion is lord of the jungle.
(with capital when used in titles ) in the United Kingdom etc a nobleman or man of rank Lord Lord Snowdon.
(with capital) in the United Kingdom, used as part of several official titles Lord the Lord Mayor.
lordly adjective
grand or proud grandioso a lordly attitude.
lordliness noun
grandeza
Lordship noun
(with His, Your) a word used in speaking to, or about, a man with the title ’Lord’ and also certain judges who do not have this title señoría Thank you, Your Lordship.
the Lord noun
God; Christ el Señor Praise the Lord!
lord it over phrasal verb
to act like a lord or master towards mandonear a alguien Don’t think you can lord it over us.
(Definition of lord from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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