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lord/master/mistress/king/queen of all you survey

humorous
If you are lord, master, mistress, king, or queen of all you survey, you own or control the place in which you live or work.
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Translations of “lord/master/mistress/king/queen of all you survey”
in Chinese (Simplified) 主人, 当权者, 主宰者…
in Chinese (Traditional) 主人, 當權者, 主宰者…
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