Mistress

  • 21Mistress — Miss steht für: Miss (Anredeform), das Kürzel der englischen Anrede Mistress für unverheiratete Frauen, siehe auch die neutrale Form Ms. Domina (BDSM), in der Form Mistress den Titel für Schönheitsköniginnen, siehe Schönheitswettbewerb Misserfolg …

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  • 22mistress — noun /ˈmɪstrɪs/ a) a woman, specifically one with control, authority or ownership She was the mistress of the mansion, and owned the horses. b) a female teacher games mistress Syn: boss, head …

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  • 23mistress — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ former ▪ young … OF MISTRESSES ▪ string (esp. BrE) ▪ The king kept a string of mistresses. VERB + MISTRESS …

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  • 24mistress — noun 1》 a woman in a position of authority or control.     ↘Brit. a female schoolteacher.     ↘the female owner of a dog, cat, etc.     ↘archaic a female head of a household. 2》 a woman skilled in a particular subject or activity: a mistress of… …

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  • 25mistress — mis•tress [[t]ˈmɪs trɪs[/t]] n. 1) a woman who has authority, esp. the female head of a household or the like 2) a woman employing servants or attendants 3) a female owner of an animal, or formerly, a slave 4) a woman who has a continuing sexual… …

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  • 26mistress — /ˈmɪstrəs / (say mistruhs) noun 1. a woman who has authority or control; the female head of a household or some other establishment. 2. a woman employing, or in authority over, servants or attendants. 3. a female owner, as of a slave, horse, dog …

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  • 27mistress — noun Etymology: Middle English maistresse, from Anglo French mestresse, feminine of mestre master more at master Date: 14th century 1. a woman who has power, authority, or ownership: as a. the female head of a household b. a woman who employs or… …

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  • 28Mistress — Mis|tress auch: Mist|ress I 〈[ mı̣strıs] f.; , es [ trısız]; in England〉 Hausfrau, Herrin II 〈[ mı̣sız] f.; ; unz.; Abk.: Mrs.; veraltet〉 Frau (engl. Anrede für verheiratete Frauen, allein od. vor dem Namen) [engl. <m …

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  • 29mistress — Synonyms and related words: Dulcinea, abbess, beneficiary, best girl, cestui, cestui que trust, cestui que use, chatelaine, concubine, dame, deedholder, dowager, doxy, dream girl, duenna, educatress, feoffee, feudatory, first lady, gill, girl,… …

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  • 30Mistress — Mis|tress [ mistris] die; , es [...siz] <aus engl. mistress »Herrin, Gebieterin«, dies aus gleichbed. altfr. maistresse, vgl. ↑Mätresse>: 1. (ohne Artikel) engl. Anrede für eine [verheiratete] Frau in Verbindung mit dem Namen; Abk.: Mrs.… …

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  • 31Mistress — a term of address or a name for an older woman, implying respect – “Is the mistress of the house at home?” …

    Scottish slang

  • 32Mistress — archaic or dialect Mrs. → mistress …

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  • 33mistress — noun her husband s mistress turned out to be one of her friends Syn: lover, girlfriend, kept woman; courtesan, concubine, hetaera; informal the other woman; archaic paramour …

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  • 34mistress —   Wahine manuahi, ipo manuahi, wahine noho pū; kahu (of a pet).    ♦ Mistress of a house, haku wahine o ka home …

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  • 35mistress it — phrasal : play the mistress …

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  • 36Mistress — noun Used as the title of a married woman before her name. Now used only in the abbreviated form Mrs …

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  • 37mistress — ingl. Señora …

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  • 38mistress — (voz inglesa) ► femenino Tratamiento que se da en inglés a las señoras casadas. Abreviadamente, Mrs …

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  • 39Mistress — Synonyms and related words: Frau, Fraulein, Miss, Mlle, Mme, Mmes, dame, dona, donna, lady, madam, madame, mademoiselle, mem sahib, mesdames, senhora, senhorita, signora, signorina, vrouw …

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  • 40mistress — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. possessor, employer; matron, head, teacher; paramour, sweetheart. See teaching, evildoer, female. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A woman in authority] Syn. housekeeper, schoolmistress, caretaker, chaperone,… …

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