lady

listen to the pronunciation of lady
الإنجليزية - التركية
hanımefendi

O, hanımefendiyi bana tanıttı. - She introduced the lady to me.

Sizi soran bir hanımefendi var. - There's a lady asking for you.

{i} bayan

Bayan şimdi su içiyor. - The lady is now drinking water.

Michael bir erkek adıdır ama Michelle bir bayan adıdır. - Michael is a man's name but Michelle is a lady's name.

{i} leydi

Jane güzel bir leydi oldu. - Jane grew up to be a fine lady.

Leydi en fazla kırk yaşında. - The lady is forty years old at most.

kadın

Hırsız yaşlı bir kadın olarak kendini gizledi. - The thief disguised himself as an old lady.

Yaşlı kadın otobüsten indi. - The old lady got down from the bus.

{i}

Kadın olmak zordur. Erkek gibi düşünmeyi, hanımefendi gibi davranmayı, genç kız gibi görünmeyi ve de eşek gibi çalışmayı gerektirir. - It's hard to be a woman. One must think like a man, act like a lady, look like a girl, and work like a horse.

Hayalim devlet başkanının eşi olmak. - My dream is to be the First Lady.

lady of the house evi idare ed
sevilen kadın
(sıfat) kadın
lady in waiting kraliçe veya prensesin nedimesi
{i} b.h. Leydi
bir İngiliz asılzadesinin karısı
sevgili

Sevgili bayan, ben Polonyalı bir dedektif değilim. Ben uluslararası bir dedektifim. - I am not a Polish detective, dear lady. I am an international detective.

kibar kadın
Lady Day 25 marta tesadüf eden bir kilise yortusu
{i} hanım

Hanımefendi, bir ay önce buraya taşındı. - The lady moved here a month ago.

Sizi soran bir hanımefendi var. - There's a lady asking for you.

bayak
hanımın
lady beetle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) uğurböceği
lady beetle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hanımböceği
lady beetle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) gelinböceği
lady crab
çalpara
lady of pleasure
(Argo) fahişe
lady's suit
(Tekstil) tayyör
lady in waiting
kraliçe nedimesi
lady of the house
evi idare eden kadın
lady-in-waiting
nedime
lady-killer
kadın avcısı
lady beetle
hanım böceği
lady chapel
lady şapel
lady friend
bayan arkadaş
lady in waiting
Hamile kadın, bebek belleyen kadın
lady in waiting
Kraliçe veya prensesin nedimesi
lady luck
Kumarbazların inanışında şans meleği, şans getiren kadın
lady s
bayan s
lady's cushion
bayan minder
lady's finger
bayan parmak
lady's finger
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Bamya
lady's mantle
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Aslan pençesi
Lady Day
meryemana yortusu
lady bountiful
hayırsever kadın
lady doctor
bayan doktor
lady dog
dişi köpek
lady friend
hanım arkadaş
lady in waiting
(isim) nedime
lady in waiting
kraliçenin/prensesin nedimesi
lady killer
kadınların bayıldığı erkek
lady of the bedchamber
kralın oda hizmetçisi
lady partner
dam
lady superior
başrahibe
lady's
kadın

Kadının isteği benim emrimdir. - The lady's wish is my command.

lady's
bayan

Michael bir erkek adıdır ama Michelle bir bayan adıdır. - Michael is a man's name but Michelle is a lady's name.

Bayanın davranışı her zaman onurluydu. - The lady's behaviour was always dignified.

lady's earrings
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) dokunmabana
lady's earrings
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) balsamin
lady's earrings
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kına çiçeği
lady's maid
hanımın oda hizmetçisi
lady's man
kadınların sevdiği erkek
lady's man
kadınlarla iyi anlaşan erkek
lady's mantle
aslanpençesi
lady's ring
bayan için yüzük
lady's slipper
(fiil)nüsçarığı
lady's slipper
venüsçarığı
lady's slipper orchid
venüsçarığı
lady's smock
yaban teresi
lady's trouser suit
(Tekstil) bayan pantalonlu tayyör
ladies
kadınlar

Kadınlarla şansı hep yaver gider. - He always has luck with the ladies.

Kadınlar tuvaleti nerede? Ellerimi yıkamak istiyorum. - Where is the ladies' room? I want to wash my hands.

ladylike
nazik
sporting lady
(Argo) fahişe
young lady
hanım kız
Our Lady
Meryem Ana
first lady
devlet başkanın eşi
first lady
başbakanın karısı
ladylike
hanım gibi
ladylike
hanımca
leading lady
başroldeki kadın
leading lady
başrol oynayan kadın
leading lady
başrol oyuncusu kadı
old lady
anne
old lady
kocakarı
sales lady
bayan tezgâhtar
It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings
(Atasözü) Dereyi görmeden paçaları sıvama
bloofer lady
güzel kadın
elegant lady
sık bir bayan
english lady crab
İngiliz bayan yengeç
fat lady
şişman hanım
it is not over until the fat lady sings
(Atasözü) Dereyi görmeden paçaları sıvama
ladies
bayanlar

Baylar bayanlar, görüşüme kulak vermenizi istiyorum. - Ladies and gentlemen, I would like you to listen to my opinion.

Bayanlar ve baylar, lütfen insanları küresel ısınmaya katkıda bulunmayı bırakmaları ve doğa dostu ekipmanlar kullanmaları için uyarın. - Ladies and gentlemen, please notify the people to stop contributing to global warming and use nature-friendly equipment.

ladylike
hanım hanım
ladylike
{s} hanımefendice
ladylike
{s} hanımlara lâyık
ladylike
hanıma yakışır
ladylike
zarif
ladylike
{s} kadınsı
old lady
karı
old lady
yaşlı bayan

Kapıdaki yaşlı bayanı tanıyor musun? - Do you know the old lady at the gate?

Yaşlı bayan kız torununa gülümsedi. - The old lady smiled at her granddaughter.

pink lady
pembe bayan
post lady
postacı kadın
sales lady
satış lady
young lady
genç kız
adorable (lady)
ahu parçası
adorable lady
çok güzel kadın
attractive (lady)
ahu parçası
bag lady
tüm eşyasını bir torbada taşıyıp sokaklarda yaşayan kadın
charming lady
alımlı bayan
charming lady
çekici bayan
first lady
en başta gelen kadın
first lady
başkan karısı

O, eski bir başkan karısıydı. - She was a former first lady.

first lady
devlet başkanı karısı
first lady
(A.B.D.'de) cumhurbaşkanının karısı
help the lady
bayana yardım etmek
ladylike
hanım
leading lady
{i} başrol oyuncusu kadın
leading lady
(isim) başrol oyuncusu kadın
old lady
our lady
(isim) meryemana
our lady
{i} meryemana
painted lady
benekli kırmızı kelebek
walking lady
figüran
التركية - التركية

تعريف lady في التركية التركية القاموس.

lady godiva
Kocası Chester Kontu Leofric'in koyduğu ağır vergileri kaldırtabilmek için, bir at üzerinde Coventry kentini çırılçıplak dolaşmış efsanevi ingiliz kadın
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An aristocratic title for a woman; the wife of a lord and/or a woman who holds the position in her own right; a title for a peeress, the wife of a peer or knight, and the daughters and daughters-in-law of certain peers

How do you do, Lady Windermere?.

The title for the (primary) female deity in female-centered religions, for example, the title for the Goddess in Wicca

My Lady, will you not take pity on me?.

Lady Amherst's pheasant
(ladies' or ladies) Toilets intended for use by women
The feminine of lord
The mistress of a household
An affectionate term for one's wife or girlfriend

But soft, what light through yonder window breaks...? It is my lady, O it is my love! -Romeo and Juliet.

Who is a woman

A lady doctor.

A polite term referring to a woman

Please direct this lady to the soft furnishings department.

A highly colloquial and/or impolite form of address to a woman

Hey, lady, move your car!.

A title for someone married to a lord
A title for somebody married to a gentleman
(ladies; in plural only) A polite form of address to women

Follow me, ladies!.

A woman of breeding or higher class, a woman of authority

I would like the dining room to be fully set by tonight; would you do so? Yes, my lady.

a queen (the playing card)
A title that can be used instead of the formal terms of marchioness, countess, viscountess or baroness
An aristocratic title for a woman; the wife of a lord and/or a woman who holds the position in her own right
A woman of social distinction or position
A woman to whom the particular homage of a knight was paid; a woman to whom one is devoted or bound; a sweetheart
A woman having proprietary rights or authority; mistress; a feminine correlative of lord
The triturating apparatus in the stomach of a lobster; so called from a fancied resemblance to a seated female figure
In England, a title prefixed to the name of any woman whose husband is not of lower rank than a baron, or whose father was a nobleman not lower than an earl
The wife of a baronet or knight has the title of Lady by courtesy, but not by right
{n} a title of honor or respect, a woman
A woman of refined or gentle manners; a well-bred woman; the feminine correlative of gentleman
A polite form of address to women
In Britain, Lady is a title used in front of the names of some female members of the nobility, or the wives of knights. My dear Lady Mary, how very good to see you
A lady (lowercase) is any female person A Lady (capital) is a lady who has received her Award of Arms, and it is also her title
politeness `Lady' is sometimes used by men as a form of address when they are talking to a woman that they do not know, especially in shops and in the street. What seems to be the trouble, lady? see also First Lady, Our Lady. a rather old-fashioned British magazine for women, typically read by older, upper class women. It also contains advertisements for servants and nannies. Lady Diana Frances Spencer first lady Godey's Lady's Book Godiva Lady Gregory Augusta Lady Grey Lady Jane Hamilton Emma Lady lady's slipper Montagu Lady Mary Wortley Lady Mary Pierrepont painted lady Lady Augusta Ada Byron
Híril
Belonging or becoming to a lady; ladylike
{i} well educated and refined woman, woman of high social position; daughter or wife of a nobleman, noblewoman; woman, female
madanm
An affectionate term for ones wife or girlfriend
politeness You can say `ladies' when you are addressing a group of women in a formal and respectful way. Your table is ready, ladies, if you'd care to come through Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen
A woman of wealth, of station, or of rank Verstegan says, “It was anciently written Hleafdian [? hlæfdige], contracted first into Lafdy, and then into Lady Laf or Hláf (loaf) means food in general or bread in particular, and dig-ian or dug-an, to help, serve, or care for; whence lady means the `bread-server ' The lord (or loaf-ward supplied the food, and the lady saw that it was properly served, for the ladies used to carve and distribute the food to the guests ” Another etymology is Hláf-weardie and loaf-wardie, where ie stands for a female suffix like-ina ine; as Carolus, female Carol-ina, or Carol-ine; Joseph, Joseph-ina or Joseph-ine; Czar, Czar-ina, etc etc Ladies retire to the drawing-room after dinner, and leave the gentlemen behind This custom was brought in by the Norsemen The Vikings always dismissed all women from their drinking parties (S Bunbury
A lady is a woman from the upper classes, especially in former times. Our governess was told to make sure we knew how to talk like English ladies
Title of honor for the Goddess
A wife; not now in approved usage
a polite name for any woman; "a nice lady at the library helped me"
A woman who looks after the domestic affairs of a family; a mistress; the female head of a household
{s} female, being a woman; of a lady, feminine
You can use lady when you are referring to a woman, especially when you are showing politeness or respect. She's a very sweet old lady a lady doctor. a cream-coloured lady's shoe. see also old lady
a woman of the peerage in Britain
Noun (Plural: Ladies) Prefix used for female members of the nobility in the United Kingdom
A woman of wealth, of station, or of rank Verstegan says, “It was anciently written Hleafdian [? hlæfdige], contracted first into Lafdy, and then into Lady Laf or Hláf (loaf) means food in general or bread in particular, and dig-ian or dug-an, to help, serve, or care for; whence lady means the `bread-server ' The lord (or loaf-ward) supplied the food, and the lady saw that it was properly served, for the ladies used to carve and distribute the food to the guests ” Another etymology is Hláf-weardie and loaf-wardie, where ie stands for a female suffix like-ina ine; as Carolus, female Carol-ina, or Carol-ine; Joseph, Joseph-ina or Joseph-ine; Czar, Czar-ina, etc etc Ladies retire to the drawing-room after dinner, and leave the gentlemen behind This custom was brought in by the Norsemen The Vikings always dismissed all women from their drinking parties (S Bunbury )
It consists of calcareous plates
Toilets intended for use by women
a woman of the peerage in Britain a polite name for any woman; "a nice lady at the library helped me
a woman of refinement; "a chauffeur opened the door of the limousine for the grand lady"
People sometimes refer to a public toilet for women as the ladies. At Temple station, Charlotte rushed into the Ladies
If you say that a woman is a lady, you mean that she behaves in a polite, dignified, and graceful way. His wife was great as well, beautiful-looking and a real lady
n wanita
Lady Amherst's pheasant
a colourful pheasant, Chrysolophus amherstiae, indigenous to China but also found in Bedfordshire
Lady Bountiful
An over-patronising woman, showing off her wealth by acts of overwhelming generosity
Lady Bountiful
A rich and generous woman
Lady Campbell
The plant Echium plantagineum

1983: A certain Lady Campbell, during the construction of the Great Southern Railway through Western Australian in 1889 also helped by introducing it as a garden flower at her home not far from Broomehill. It then follwed the construction of the line. — Weekend Australian newspaper, 25 June 1983, page 10. Quoted in G. A. Wilkes, A Dictionary of Australian Colloquialisms'', second edition, 1985, Sydney University Press, ISBN 0-424-00113-6.

Lady Day
25th March, Christian holy day, the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary
Lady Day
25th March, an English quarter day
Lady Justice
A female judge, as in "Her Lady Justice"
Lady Justice
In a mythological personification, justice symbolized as a blindfolded young lady
Lady Luck
A personification of luck
Lady McLeod
Nickname for a local stamp inscribed "L. MCl." to represent the ship Lady McLeod, produced by David Bryce, the owner of the ship, in Trinidad in 1847. It was the first stamp produced in a British colony, but is considered by many to be a Cinderella
Lady Muck
An appellation given to a woman who behaves in a perceived aristocratic manner
lady abbess
A bawd, the mistress of a brothel

And whenever any She-member could convert a Proselite, and bring her over from a vertuous Life to be willing to embrace that earthly Tabernacle, Man, for such excellent Service done to the Church of Venus, she was to receive ten Shillings of the Mother of the Maids, provided the Conformist was under twenty Years of Age, had a tollerable Share of Beauty, and either was, or could confidently put herself into the Hands of the old Matron, as a Virgo intacta, and would submit herself to be dispos'd on by her as should me most agreeable to their united Interest; the Lady-Abbess of the Brothel Monastry never wanting among the Salacious Quality of her old Acquaintance; a Gouty Courtier, or some rich over-grown Officer, to be ready-money Chapmen for any of her Punchable Nuns, who had not, as yet, broken the brittle Vow of Female Chastity.

lady abbesses
plural form of lady abbess
lady beetle
Another term for a ladybug (US terminology) or ladybird (British terminology). This term is preferred by some scientists
lady beetles
plural form of lady beetle
lady boys
plural form of lady boy
lady friend
A more quaint term for girlfriend, often used ironically
lady friends
plural form of lady friend
lady garden
A woman's pubic hair, and the area around it

That way, when I dropped my towel, my lady garden would only be exposed for a nanosecond before it disappeared under the steamy waters of the pool.

lady gardens
plural form of lady garden
lady killers
plural form of lady killer
lady of leisure
A lady who is of independent means and so does not need employment, one who is free from duties and responsibilities
lady of the night
prostitute

that's what they call her the lady of the night - Donna Summer - Lady Of The Night.

lady or tiger
A pure gamble with highly divergent outcomes
lady smock
The cuckoo-flower, Cardamine pratensis
lady smocks
plural form of lady smock
lady's comb
Venus' comb
lady's man
A man who attracts women and enjoys their company

This promenading was chiefly patronised by the marines, and particularly by Colbrook, a remarkably handsome and very gentlemanly corporal among them. He was a complete lady's man; with fine black eyes, bright red cheeks, glossy jet whiskers, and a refined organisation of the whole man.

lady's man
A womanizer

He was the most celebrated portrait painter of his day, a notorious ladies man, obsessed with women, pale beauties dressed in extravagant gowns . . . or nothing at all.

lady's mantle
The herb Alchemilla vulgaris, or any plant in the genus Alchemilla
lady's men
plural form of lady's man
lady's slipper
A variety of orchid in the subfamily Cypripedioideae distinguished by their slipper-shaped pouches which trap insects to improve pollination rates
lady's thumb
The invasive perennial plant Persicaria maculosa
lady-in-waiting
A woman who is a servant to a lady. Similar to a valet for a gentleman
lady-killer
A man unusually attractive to women
lady-killer
An uncaring womanizer
lady's mantle
An herbaceous perennial plant in Europe and Greenland, alchemilla vulgaris
lady finger
Mammillaria elongata - a species of cactus in the genus Mammillaria
lady finger
Ladyfinger grape
lady finger
A variety of banana also known as "sugar banana"
lady finger
Okra
lady finger
Polygonum persicaria - more commonly called "lady's thumb"
lady in waiting
Pregnant woman (Humorous)
lady in waiting
Lady who attends a queen or princess
lady luck
Lady Luck is a personification of luck that is often involved in gambler's superstitions
lady's finger
A variety of banana also known as "sugar banana"
lady's finger
Ladyfinger grape
lady's finger
Polygonum persicaria - more commonly called "lady's thumb"
lady's finger
Mammillaria elongata - a species of cactus in the genus Mammillaria
lady's finger
Okra
Lady Bracknell
a character in Oscar Wilde's play The Importance of Being Earnest
Lady Chapel
A chapel, as in a cathedral or church, usually located behind the sanctuary and dedicated to the Virgin Mary
Lady Chatterley
Lady Chatterley's Lover
Lady Chatterley's Lover
a novel by D. H. Lawrence which was written in 1928, but could not legally be sold in the UK until 1960 because the story contained a lot of descriptions of sex and was considered to be very shocking. It is about Lady Chatterley, a married woman from a high social class, who has a sexual relationship with her gamekeeper (=someone whose job is to take care of wild birds that are bred to be shot for sport)
Lady Day
March 25th, feast commemorating the Annunciation
Lady Day
Annunciation, celebrated on March
Lady Day
25 March, the day of the Annunciation, on which, according to Christian belief, the news was given to Mary by the Angel Gabriel that she would become the mother of Jesus Christ. Formerly, Lady Day was officially regarded as the first day of the legal year in the UK
Lady Godiva
{i} (c. 1040-1080) English noblewoman who (according to legend) rode naked through the streets of Coventry (England) to spare its citizens from a tax to be imposed by her husband
Lady Godiva
an 11th-century British woman of high rank who, according to old stories, rode a horse through Coventry with no clothes on as a protest, to persuade her husband to lower the local taxes. flourished 1040-1080 Anglo-Saxon gentlewoman famous for her legendary ride nude through Coventry, Eng. She was the wife of Leofric, earl of Mercia (d. 1057), with whom she founded a monastery at Coventry. There is no evidence connecting the rider with the historical Godiva. According to the legend, Leofric, exasperated over Godiva's ceaseless imploring that he reduce Coventry's heavy taxes, declared he would do so if she rode naked through the crowded marketplace. She did so, her long hair covering all of her body except her legs; as a result Leofric removed all tolls except those on horses. A later chronicle asserts that Godiva required the townsmen to remain indoors at the time fixed for her ride. Peeping Tom, a citizen who looked out his window, became part of the legend in the 17th century, and in most accounts he was struck blind or dead
Lady Jane Grey
a woman who was queen of England for 9 days in 1553, before she was put in prison by Mary I, and later killed (1537-54). born October 1537, Bradgate, Leicestershire, Eng. died Feb. 12, 1554, London Titular queen of England for nine days in 1553. The great-granddaughter of Henry VII, she was married in May 1553 to the son of the duke of Northumberland. Northumberland persuaded the dying Edward VI to set aside his half sisters as successors in favour of the Protestant Lady Jane. She was proclaimed queen on July 10, despite popular support for Edward's half sister Mary Tudor (see Mary I). Mary was proclaimed queen on July 19 after Lady Jane gladly relinquished the crown. Committed to the Tower of London, Lady Jane and her husband were sentenced to death in 1554. The sentence was initially suspended, but her father's participation in Wyat's rebellion sealed her fate, and she was beheaded
Lady Macbeth
Macbeth, Lady. a character in the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare. She encourages her husband, Macbeth, to kill Duncan, the king of Scotland, so that he can become king instead, and she is a stronger, more evil person than Macbeth himself. After the murder, however, she feels very guilty, and starts to walk in her sleep, trying to clean the imaginary blood of the dead king off her hands
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
orig. Lady Mary Pierrepont (baptized May 26, 1689, London, Eng. died Aug. 21, 1762, London) English writer, the most colourful Englishwoman of her time. A prolific letter writer, Montagu is remembered chiefly for 52 superb letters chronicling her stay in Constantinople, where her husband was ambassador from 1716 to 1718. On their return, they introduced the Middle Eastern practice of smallpox vaccination into England. Also a poet, essayist, feminist, and eccentric, she was a friend of John Gay and Alexander Pope, who later turned against and satirized her. Among her writings are six "town eclogues," witty adaptations of Virgil; a lively attack on Jonathan Swift (1734); and essays dealing with feminism and the moral cynicism of her time
Lady and the Tramp
a cartoon made by Walt Disney, about two dogs who meet and have a romantic relationship. Lady is a pedigree dog (=a special type of dog) , and she is very well cared for, but the Tramp is a mongrel (=a mixture of different types of dogs) who lives on the street (1955)
Lady of the Lake
a mysterious woman in old stories about King Arthur. When Arthur is dying, his sword, Excalibur, is thrown into a lake, and the Lady of the Lake's hand appears from under the water and catches it. She is also one of the three queens who take Arthur by boat to Avalon to die
Lady of the Lamp
Nightingale, Florence
lady beetle
small round bright-colored and spotted beetle that usually feeds on aphids and other insect pests
lady beetle
ladybug, small rounded brightly colored beetle, ladybird
lady chapel
a small chapel in a church; dedicated to the Virgin Mary
lady cow
ladybird, any of a number of small and brightly colored beetles, ladybug
lady day
The day of the annunciation of the Virgin Mary, March 25
lady fern
most widely grown fern of the genus Athyrium for its delicate foliage
lady fern
fern with delicate soft fronds
lady friend
A man's lady friend is the woman with whom he is having a romantic or sexual relationship
lady in distress
woman in need of help, woman in a difficult situation
lady in waiting
{i} lady who attends a queen or princess; pregnant woman (Humorous)
lady in waiting
A lady of a court appointed to serve or attend a queen, princess, or royal duchess
lady killer
Don Juan, womanizer, man who courts a large number of women (often treating them disrespectfully)
lady love
sweetheart (of a woman); mistress
lady of a certain age
middle aged woman
lady of easy virtue
a slut, a prostitute
lady of pleasure
{i} prostitute, whore, harlot, woman who provides sexual services for a fee
lady of privilege
woman who has money or a high social standing
lady of the night
West Indian shrub with aromatic yellowish-white flowers (Botany); female prostitute (Slang)
lady of uncertain age
a woman whose age hard to determine
lady palm
any of several small palms of the genus Rhapis; cultivated as houseplants
lady tulip
Eurasian tulip with small flowers blotched at the base
lady tulip
A central Asian tulip (Tulipa clusiana) having red outer perianth segments with white margins
lady's bedstraw
small plant once used as stuffing for mattresses; shrub with long and thin leaves and clusters of white flowers native of East India
lady's finger
type of long and slender potato; small sponge cake with sugar topping; one of the lobster's gill; kidney vetch, Eurasian plant with pods that are shaped like a finger (in the past was used to treat kidney disorders)
lady's maid
a maid who is a lady's personal attendant
lady's man
another spelling of ladies' man
lady's mantle
{i} (Botany) type of herbs that belong to the of the rose family
lady's slipper
Any of various orchids of the genus Cypripedium, having usually solitary, variously colored flowers with an inflated, pouchlike lip. Also called moccasin flower. Any member of several genera of orchids in which the lip of the flower is slipper-shaped. The genus Cypripedium has about 50 temperate and subtropical species. Two well-known species, the yellow lady's slipper (C. calceolus) and the pink lady's slipper, or moccasin flower (C. acaule), are found in temperate coniferous woods in early spring. Other genera include Phragmipedium and Selenipedium of the New World tropics, and the tropical Asian Paphiopedilum. Many hybrids have been developed
lady's slipper
any of several chiefly American wildflowers having an inflated pouchlike lip; difficult or impossible to cultivate in the garden
lady's smock
a bitter cress of Europe and America
lady's thumb
A European perennial weed (Polygonum persicaria) having clusters of very small pinkish flowers
lady's tresses
Variant of ladies' tresses
lady's-eardrop
erect or climbing shrub of Brazil with deep pink to red flowers
lady-fly
{i} small red sheath-winged insect
lady-in-waiting
A lady-in-waiting is a woman whose job is to help a queen or princess. ladies-in-waiting a woman who looks after and serves a queen or princess
lady-in-waiting
a lady appointed to attend to a queen or princess
lady-killer
If you refer to a man as a lady-killer, you mean that you think he is very successful at attracting women but quickly leaves them
lady-of-the-night
West Indian shrub with fragrant showy yellowish-white flowers
large yellow lady's slipper
plant of eastern and central North America having slightly fragrant purple-marked greenish-yellow flowers
First Lady
The wife (or woman of similar rank) of a male chief executive of a nation; especially the wife of the President of the United States
Our Lady
The Virgin Mary
Our Lady of Sorrows
Name by which the Blessed Virgin Mary is referred to in relations to sorrows in her life
Tupperware lady
A woman organising a Tupperware party
bag lady
A homeless woman who carries her possessions with her in bags
cat lady
An elderly woman who devotes her time and attention to a domestic cat or cats
dinner lady
A woman employed to serve food in a school canteen
first lady
The leading woman in a specified field of endeavor
it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings
There are more developments yet to come
ladies
plural form of lady
ladies
toilets for women or girls
ladylike
of or connected with the appearance or behaviour of a well-mannered woman
little lady
The wife or fiancée

Very often husbands would patronise my boutique and pick out something for the little lady and, in passing, pick out something for themselves.

lollipop lady
A female school crossing attendant
lunch lady
A dinner lady
naked lady
A shrub found in semi-arid tropical climates
no way to treat a lady
Rude, insensitive, or harmful behavior, especially when directed toward a female

A bus driver for the Dave Matthews Band dumped a septic tank off the Kinzie Street Bridge in 2004 and transformed the Chicago Little Lady into a poop deck. 'Twas no way to treat a lady.

old lady
An elderly woman
old lady
The Bank of England, sometimes referred to as the "Old Lady of Threadneedle Street" or simply "The Old Lady". (see: Bank of England on Wikipedia)
old lady
One's mother
old lady
One's girlfriend, wife or significant other
one fat lady
eight
painted lady
A widespread butterfly, Vanessa cardui
the lady doth protest too much
It is suspected that, because someone is insisting too much about something, the opposite of what he or she is saying must be true

In all Penelope's devotion to her husband there is an ever present sense that the lady doth protest too much.

white lady
cocaine
young lady
A girl
young lady
A young ladylike woman
ladylike
{a} soft, delicate, elegant, fine genteel
It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings
(Atasözü) It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings is a proverb, essentially meaning that one shouldn't assume the outcome of some activity (frequently a sports game) until it has actually finished. This phrase in turn refers to the impression by many that at the end of every opera, an aria is sung by a heavy-set woman dressed like a valkyrie. A famous example of this is Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen (aka the Ring cycle). This is a set of 4 separate operas (lasting about 15 hours), in which the final scene includes Brünnhilde (a very large Valkyrie) singing, and then riding onto Siegfried's funeral pyre. The set collapses and the entire cycle ends up in the Rhine river, where it started. The "fat lady" is often illustrated with a horned helmet, a spear, possibly a shield, and possibly blond braids (to suggest Scandinavian ancestry)
dragon lady
A Dragon Lady is a misogynistic stereotype of East Asian women as mean, deceitful, domineering, or mysterious
dragon lady
a Dragon Lady (etymology), a usually pejorative term for either a seductive and treacherous woman (especially a dangerous Asian woman), or a domineering or tyrannical one
Augusta Lady Gregory
orig. Isabella Augusta Persse born March 5, 1852, Roxborough, County Galway, Ire. died May 22, 1932, Coole Irish playwright and theatre manager, an important figure in the Irish Literary Renaissance. With William Butler Yeats, she helped found the Irish Literary Theatre (1898) and the Abbey Theatre (1904). She wrote many dialect comedies based on Irish peasant life, including those collected in Seven Short Plays (1909). She also translated plays by Molière and others into an Anglo-Irish dialect that she called "Kiltartan" and translated and arranged Irish sagas into continuous narratives, published as Cuchulain of Muirthemne (1902) and Gods and Fighting Men (1904)
Emma Lady Hamilton
orig. Amy Lyon born 1761, Great Neston, Cheshire, Eng. died Jan. 15, 1815, Calais, France English social figure, mistress of Horatio Nelson. In 1786 she became the mistress, and in 1791 the wife, of Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803), British envoy to Naples. A beautiful woman whose portrait was frequently painted by George Romney, she was a favourite in Neapolitan society. She became Nelson's mistress in 1798 and gave birth to their daughter, Horatia, in 1801, then lived with Nelson after her husband's death (1803). She later squandered the money both men left her, was imprisoned for debt (1813-14), and died in poverty
Godey's Lady's Book
Monthly magazine for women, one of the most successful and influential periodicals in 19th-century America. Founded in 1830 in Philadelphia by Louis Antoine Godey, it became an important arbiter of fashion and etiquette. It also published works by such writers as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry W. Longfellow, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Edited by Godey until 1836, the magazine was then edited by Sara Josepha Hale until 1877. It ceased publication in 1898
Iron Lady
a name that was formerly used, especially in newspapers, for Margaret Thatcher when she was the British Prime Minister. She was called this because people thought of her as a strong leader who did not change her mind easily
My Fair Lady
American musical based on the play "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw
My Fair Lady
a US musical (=a film that uses singing and dancing to tell a story) in which Audrey Hepburn plays a poor young woman from London who is taught to speak and behave like an upper-class lady by a bad-tempered professor, played by Rex Harrison. It is based on the play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw (1964)
Old Lady of Threadneedle Street
a nickname for the Bank of England, which is in Threadneedle Street, London
Our Lady
Some Christians, especially Catholics, refer to Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, as Our Lady. Will you pray to Our Lady for me?. The Virgin Mary. Mary, the mother of Christ
alpine lady fern
a lady fern with deeply cut leaf segments; found in the Rocky Mountains
american lady crab
brightly spotted crab of sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast of the United States
bag lady
A bag lady is a homeless woman who carries her possessions in shopping bags. A homeless woman, especially one in a big city, who carries her possessions with her, as in a shopping bag. an impolite word for a homeless woman who lives on the streets and carries all her possessions with her
bag lady
a homeless woman who carries all her possessions with her in shopping bags
bag lady
homeless woman, woman who lives on the streets and keeps her possessions in shopping bags, female beggar
california lady's slipper
often having many yellow-green orchids with white pouches growing along streams and seeps of southwestern Oregon and northern California
cleaning lady
a human female who does housework; "the char will clean the carpet"
cleaning lady
A cleaning lady is a woman who is employed to clean the rooms and furniture inside a building. = cleaner
clustered lady's slipper
clusters of several short stems each having 2 broad leaves and 2-4 drooping brownish to greenish flowers with pouches mottled with purple; British Columbia to central California and northern Colorado
common lady's-slipper
pale pink wild orchid of northeastern America having an inflated pouchlike lip
dinner lady
a woman who serves meals to children at school
elegant lady
fashionable woman
english lady crab
crab of the English coasts
fancy lady
adulterous woman; man's lover; prostitute
first lady
the leading woman in an art or profession
first lady
wife of the foremost leader in a country or city; well-known woman in her field
first lady
the wife of a chief executive
first lady
The First Lady in a country or state is the wife of the president or state governor, or a woman who performs the official duties normally performed by the wife. Wife of the president of the U.S. Although the first lady's role has never been codified or officially defined, she figures prominently in the country's political and social life. Representative of her husband on official and ceremonial occasions both at home and abroad, the first lady is closely watched for some hint of her husband's thinking and for a clue to his future actions. The wife of the president played a public role from the founding of the U.S., but the title first lady did not come into general use until much later, near the end of the 19th century. By the end of the 20th century, the title had been absorbed into other languages and was often used, without translation, for the wife of a country's leader even in countries where the leader's consort received far less attention and exerted much less influence than did her counterpart in the U.S. Although unpaid and unelected, she is able to influence behaviour and opinion, and some first ladies have used their influence to affect legislation on important matters such as temperance reform, housing improvement, and women's rights
first lady
the wife of a chief executive the leading woman in an art or profession
ladies
Two Queens
ladies
(See after Lady )
ladies
toilets for women; See also gents
ladies
plural of lady
ladylike
If you say that a woman or girl is ladylike, you mean that she behaves in a polite, dignified, and graceful way. I hate to be blunt, Frankie, but she just didn't strike me as being very ladylike She crossed the room with quick, ladylike steps. if a woman or girl is ladylike, she behaves in a polite and quiet way that was once believed to be typical of or suitable for women
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف lady في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

efendim nerede, ben nerede? My dear fellow/lady, you completely misunderstand me
(said jocularly)
lady

    الواصلة

    la·dy

    التركية النطق

    leydi

    المتضادة

    man

    النطق

    /ˈlādē/ /ˈleɪdiː/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'lA-dE ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English lady, laddy, lafdi, lavedi, from Old English hlǣfdīġe (“mistress of a household, wife of a lord, lady”, literally “bread-kneader”), from hlāf (“bread”) + dīġe (“maid”), related to Old English dǣġe (“maker of dough”). Compare also lord. More at loaf, dairy, dough.

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