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Miss

noun
 
 
/mɪs/
a title or form of address for a girl or a woman who has never been married
(用在女孩或未婚女子名前作为称呼)小姐
Dr White will see you now, Miss Carter.
卡特小姐,怀特医生现在见你。
Miss Helena Lewis
海伦娜‧刘易斯小姐
→  Compare Ms , Mrs Royalty, aristocracy and titles
old-fashioned used as a form of address for a girl or young woman who does not appear to be married
(作为对看上去没有结婚的女孩或青年女子的称呼)小姐
Excuse me, Miss, could you tell me the way to the station?
对不起,小姐,你能告诉我去车站怎么走吗?
Marital status
mainly UK sometimes used by children to address teachers who are women
(孩子有时对女教师的称呼)老师
Can I go to the toilet, Miss?
我能去厕所吗,老师?
Teachers
When a woman wins a beauty competition, she is often given the title Miss and the name of the place that she represents
(选美得胜后的头衔)小姐
Miss India/UK
印度/英国小姐
the Miss World contest
世界小姐比赛
Sexually attractive people
(Definition of Miss noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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