Translation of lord in Spanish:
- 1 → mayor 1.1 (nobleman) an English lordas drunk as a lord [dated]un lord inglés→ live1 1 2 1 1.2como una cuba [colloquial]also: Lord(in UK) the Lords, the House of Lordsthe Lords Temporal/Spiritualla cámara de los lores1.3my Lord (addressing judge) (British English)los miembros laicos/eclesiásticos de la Cámara de los lores(addressing bishop)1.4 (in UK titles) See examples:Lord Chief JusticeIlustrísima(presidente del Tribunal Supremo de Gran Bretaña)
- 2also: Lord2.1 (God) See examples: the/our Lordthe Lord's day the Lord's supperel/nuestro Señorthe Lord's Prayerla Eucaristía2.2 (in interjectional phrases) good Lordel Padrenuestro(good) Lord, no!¡Dios bendito!oh Lord [colloquial]¡por Dios! ¡cómo se te ocurre!the Lord (only) knows¡ay, no! [colloquial]Dios sabrávete a saber
- to lord it over somebodyI can't stand the way she lords it over us alltratar a alguien con prepotenciano soporto la manera en que nos trata, como si fuera nuestra dueña y señoraExample sentences
- We do not seek to be considered superior to heterosexuals and lord it over them.
- A while back, I wondered: ‘How long can the equilibrium of technically incompetent rulers lording it over technologically advanced societies be maintained?’
- When things are going well for them politically, they are unbearably arrogant, shoving it in everyone's faces, ungraciously lording it over all concerned.
Cultural Note: mayor
- Had Arthur considered the pain that he should cause his knights, lords, nobles, wife?
- The noble lord spends most of his time alone and prefers not to talk about the four-year sentence he received for perjury.
- The noble lord had gone to bed drunk, woken up an hour later, still drunk, and had convinced himself that it was breakfast time.
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