ladylike

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nazik
hanım gibi
hanımca
{s} kadınsı
hanıma yakışır
{s} hanımlara lâyık
{s} hanımefendice
hanım hanım
zarif
hanım
lady
{i} hanımefendi

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

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

lady
bayan

Çocuk kelebeği gördüğünde, onu kovalamaya girişti, bitişikteki bayanla sohbet ederken ona sessiz kalmasını söyleyen annesini kızdırdı. - The boy, upon seeing a butterfly, proceeded to run after it, provoking the anger of his mother, who had ordered him to stay quiet while she gossiped with the lady next door.

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

lady
{i} leydi

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

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

Lady
(isim) Hanım

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

O, Amerikalı bir hanım ile evli. - He is married to an American lady.

lady
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.

lady
kadın

Şu zavallı kadın engelli. - That poor lady is disabled.

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

lady
{i}

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

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.

lady
{i} b.h. Leydi
lady
sevilen kadın
lady
lady in waiting kraliçe veya prensesin nedimesi
lady
Lady Day 25 marta tesadüf eden bir kilise yortusu
lady
hanımın
lady
bir İngiliz asılzadesinin karısı
lady
lady of the house evi idare ed
lady
bayak
lady
kibar kadın
lady
(sıfat) kadın
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
of or connected with the appearance or behaviour of a well-mannered woman
{a} soft, delicate, elegant, fine genteel
befitting a woman of good breeding; "ladylike manners
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
Delicate; tender; feeble; effeminate
Becoming or suitable to a lady; as, ladylike manners
{s} befitting a lady, polite, proper, well-mannered
Like a lady in appearance or manners; well-bred
befitting a woman of good breeding; "ladylike manners"
Lady
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
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?.

Lady
Lady Amherst's pheasant
lady
Who is a woman

A lady doctor.

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

Hey, lady, move your car!.

lady
(ladies' or ladies) Toilets intended for use by women
lady
A title for someone married to a lord
lady
(ladies; in plural only) A polite form of address to women

Follow me, ladies!.

lady
A title for somebody married to a gentleman
lady
A title that can be used instead of the formal terms of marchioness, countess, viscountess or baroness
lady
The mistress of a household
lady
A polite term referring to a woman

Please direct this lady to the soft furnishings department.

lady
The feminine of lord
lady
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.

Lady
An aristocratic title for a woman; the wife of a lord and/or a woman who holds the position in her own right
lady
A woman having proprietary rights or authority; mistress; a feminine correlative of lord
lady
A woman of social distinction or position
lady
A woman to whom the particular homage of a knight was paid; a woman to whom one is devoted or bound; a sweetheart
lady
The triturating apparatus in the stomach of a lobster; so called from a fancied resemblance to a seated female figure
lady
The wife of a baronet or knight has the title of Lady by courtesy, but not by right
lady
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
lady
{n} a title of honor or respect, a woman
lady
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
lady
a polite name for any woman; "a nice lady at the library helped me"
lady
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
lady
A wife; not now in approved usage
lady
Belonging or becoming to a lady; ladylike
lady
{i} well educated and refined woman, woman of high social position; daughter or wife of a nobleman, noblewoman; woman, female
lady
n wanita
lady
madanm
lady
A woman of breeding or higher class, a woman of authority
lady
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
lady
Noun (Plural: Ladies) Prefix used for female members of the nobility in the United Kingdom
lady
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
lady
Híril
lady
A polite form of address to women
lady
a woman of the peerage in Britain
lady
a queen (the playing card)
lady
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
lady
{s} female, being a woman; of a lady, feminine
lady
A woman who looks after the domestic affairs of a family; a mistress; the female head of a household
lady
Toilets intended for use by women
lady
a woman of the peerage in Britain a polite name for any woman; "a nice lady at the library helped me
lady
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
lady
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
lady
a woman of refinement; "a chauffeur opened the door of the limousine for the grand lady"
lady
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
lady
A woman of refined or gentle manners; a well-bred woman; the feminine correlative of gentleman
lady
People sometimes refer to a public toilet for women as the ladies. At Temple station, Charlotte rushed into the Ladies
lady
An affectionate term for ones wife or girlfriend
lady
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 )
lady
Title of honor for the Goddess
lady
It consists of calcareous plates
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