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First Ladynoun [C]

/ˈfɜrst ˈleɪ·di/
the wife of the US president or of a governor or other public official
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first ladynoun [C]

uk   /ˌfɜːst ˈleɪ.di/ us   /ˌfɝːst ˈleɪ.di/
a woman who is married to the political leader of a country or a part of a country
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Translations of “first lady”
in Chinese (Simplified) 第一夫人(总统或州长的妻子)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 第一夫人(總統或州長的妻子)…
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