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Meaning of “lord/master/mistress/king/queen of all you survey” in the English Dictionary

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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.
(Definition of lord/master/mistress/king/queen of all you survey from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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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