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MA US English

Massachusetts (in official postal use)

ma US English

One’s mother

Ma, Yo-Yo US English

(1955-), US cellist; born in France. He made his debut at New York City’s Carnegie Hall at the age of nine and has performed throughout the world with major orchestras

ma'am US English

A term of respectful or polite address used for a woman

Ma Bell US English

A nickname for the American Telephone and Telegraph Corporation

Rainey, Ma US English

(1886–1939), US blues singer; full name Gertrude Pridgett Rainey. She made over 100 recordings with Louis Armstrong and with her Georgia Jazz Band

ma non troppo in troppo1 US English

(As a direction) but not too much (used to suggest moderate application of another direction)

ma non troppo US English

see troppo.

wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am in wham bam US English

Used in reference to sexual activity conducted roughly and quickly, without tenderness

wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am US English

Used in reference to sexual activity conducted roughly and quickly, without tenderness

schoolmarm US English

A schoolmistress (typically used with reference to a woman regarded as prim, strict, and brisk in manner)

ma English-Spanish

mamá f

MA English-Spanish

to have an MA in History

ma'am English-Spanish

señora

old Ma Smith in ma English-Spanish

la vieja Smith

yes, sir/ma'am in yes English-Spanish

sí, señor/señora

very good, ma'am, I'll have that report for you right away in good English-Spanish

muy bien señora, ahora mismo le traigo el informe