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Translation of "mistress" - English-Spanish dictionary

mistress

noun /ˈmistris/
a woman who is the lover of a man to whom she is not married amante He had a secret mistress. (British, old-fashioned) a female teacher maestra, profesora the games mistress. a woman who commands, controls or owns dueña, ama a dog and his mistress. a female employer (of a servant) señora, dueña The servant stole her mistress’s jewellery.
(Definition of mistress from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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