baroness

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Englisch - Türkisch
soylu kadın
barones
baronun karısı
{i} kadın baron
{i} baron karısı
margaret baroness thatcher thatcher
margaret Barones Thatcher Thatcher
Englisch - Englisch
The female ruler of a barony. The male equivalent is baron
{n} a barons' lady, or wife
A baron's wife; also, a lady who holds the baronial title in her own right; as, the Baroness Burdett-Coutts
a noblewoman who holds the rank of baron or who is the wife or widow of a baron
The female ruler of a barony
A baroness is a woman who is a member of the lowest rank of the nobility, or who is the wife of a baron. Baroness Blatch
{i} wife of a baron; woman who has inherited a baronial title
Baroness Karen Blixen
a Danish writer who wrote in English using the man's name Isak Dinesen. Her most famous book, Out of Africa, describes her life on a coffee farm in Kenya (1885-1962)
Barbara Baroness Jackson Ward
born May 23, 1914, York, Eng. died May 31, 1981, Lodsworth British economist and writer. After studying economics at the University of Oxford, she became a writer and editor at The Economist (from 1939). She married Robert Jackson in 1950. She was an influential adviser to the Vatican, the UN, and the World Bank, and she wrote numerous articles and books on the worldwide threat from poverty among less-developed countries (she advocated the transfer of wealth from rich to poor countries) and the importance of conservation; her books, which reached a wide audience, included The Rich Nations and the Poor Nations (1962), Spaceship Earth (1966), Only One Earth (with René Dubos, 1972), and Progress for a Small Planet (1980)
Barbara Mary Baroness Jackson of Lodsworth Ward
born May 23, 1914, York, Eng. died May 31, 1981, Lodsworth British economist and writer. After studying economics at the University of Oxford, she became a writer and editor at The Economist (from 1939). She married Robert Jackson in 1950. She was an influential adviser to the Vatican, the UN, and the World Bank, and she wrote numerous articles and books on the worldwide threat from poverty among less-developed countries (she advocated the transfer of wealth from rich to poor countries) and the importance of conservation; her books, which reached a wide audience, included The Rich Nations and the Poor Nations (1962), Spaceship Earth (1966), Only One Earth (with René Dubos, 1972), and Progress for a Small Planet (1980)
Annette Baroness von Droste-Hülshoff
orig. Anna Elisabeth Franziska Adolphine Wilhelmine Louise Maria, Freiin von Droste zu Hülshoff born Jan. 10, 1797, Schloss Hülshoff, near Münster, Westphalia died May 25, 1848, Meersburg, Baden German writer. One of the great women poets of Germany, she wrote religious verse, particularly Das geistliche Jahr (1851; "The Spiritual Year"), but she is best known for detailed, evocative poems about her native Westphalia. Her stories are considered forerunners of the 19th-century realistic short story. Her only complete prose work, The Jew's Beech (1842), is a psychological study of a villager who murders a Jew
Emmuska Baroness Orczy
born Sept. 23, 1865, Tarnaörs, Hung. died Nov. 12, 1947, London, Eng. Hungarian-born British novelist. The daughter of a noted musician, she was educated in Brussels and Paris and studied art in London. She became famous as the author of The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905), a swashbuckling adventure set in the era of the French Revolution. Her sequels did not match its great popular success. She also wrote detective stories
Emmuska Magdalena Rosalia Marie Josepha Barbara Baroness Orczy
born Sept. 23, 1865, Tarnaörs, Hung. died Nov. 12, 1947, London, Eng. Hungarian-born British novelist. The daughter of a noted musician, she was educated in Brussels and Paris and studied art in London. She became famous as the author of The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905), a swashbuckling adventure set in the era of the French Revolution. Her sequels did not match its great popular success. She also wrote detective stories
Margaret Baroness Thatcher Thatcher
orig. Margaret Hilda Roberts born Oct. 13, 1925, Grantham, Lincolnshire, Eng. British politician and prime minister (1979-90). She earned a degree from the University of Oxford, where she was one of the first woman presidents of the Oxford University Conservative Association, then worked as a research chemist. After her marriage to Denis Thatcher (1951), she read for the bar and specialized in tax law. She was elected to Parliament in 1959 and served as secretary of state for education and science (1970-74). As a member of the Conservative Party's newly energetic right wing, she succeeded Edward Heath as party leader in 1975. In 1979 she became Britain's first woman prime minister. She advocated individual initiative, confronted the labour unions, privatized national industries and utilities and attempted to privatize aspects of health care and education, pursued a strong monetarist policy, and endorsed a firm commitment to NATO. Her landslide victory in 1983 owed partly to her decisive leadership in the Falkland Islands War. A split in party ranks over European monetary and political integration led to her resignation in 1990, by which time she had become Britain's longest continuously serving prime minister since 1827
Margaret Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven Thatcher
orig. Margaret Hilda Roberts born Oct. 13, 1925, Grantham, Lincolnshire, Eng. British politician and prime minister (1979-90). She earned a degree from the University of Oxford, where she was one of the first woman presidents of the Oxford University Conservative Association, then worked as a research chemist. After her marriage to Denis Thatcher (1951), she read for the bar and specialized in tax law. She was elected to Parliament in 1959 and served as secretary of state for education and science (1970-74). As a member of the Conservative Party's newly energetic right wing, she succeeded Edward Heath as party leader in 1975. In 1979 she became Britain's first woman prime minister. She advocated individual initiative, confronted the labour unions, privatized national industries and utilities and attempted to privatize aspects of health care and education, pursued a strong monetarist policy, and endorsed a firm commitment to NATO. Her landslide victory in 1983 owed partly to her decisive leadership in the Falkland Islands War. A split in party ranks over European monetary and political integration led to her resignation in 1990, by which time she had become Britain's longest continuously serving prime minister since 1827
baro
Korean command meaning to finish and return to starting position
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Barometric
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Return
baronesses
plural of baroness
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von baroness im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

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She prefers quiet music - the baroque, for example. - O, sessiz müziği tercih ediyor - örneğin barok.

I thought that you were a baron. - Senin bir baron olduğunu düşündüm.

baro
organization which authorizes lawyers and oversees the law profession
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bench
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bar, the body of lawyers
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