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Translation of "mother" - English-Spanish dictionary

mother

noun /ˈmaðə/
a female parent, especially human madre John’s mother lives in Manchester (also adjective) The mother bird feeds her young. (often with capital madre also Mother Superior) the female leader of a group of nuns. motherboard noun (computing) the main circuit board in a computer or other device placa base Instructions on how to disassemble the computer and replace the motherboard should be in the Hardware Maintenance Manual. motherhood noun the state of being a mother maternidad She gave up her career for motherhood. motherless adjective having no mother huérfano de madre The children were left motherless by the accident. motherly adjective like a mother; of, or suitable to, a mother maternal a motherly woman motherly love. motherliness noun maternalismo, instinto maternal mother country /-land/ noun ( plural mother countries) ( motherland) the country where one was born. patria, madre patria mother-in-law noun ( plural mothers-in-law) the mother of one’s husband or wife. suegra mother-of-pearl noun, adjective (of) the shining, hard, smooth substance on the inside of certain shells. madreperla, nácar Mother’s Day noun a special day on which people give cards and presents to their mothers. día de la madre mother tongue noun a person’s native language lengua materna My mother tongue is Spanish.
(Definition of mother from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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