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ladies US English

Plural form of lady.

ladies in lady US English

A woman (used as a polite or old-fashioned form of reference)

the ladies in lady US English

A women’s public restroom

ladies' man US English

A man who enjoys spending time and flirting with women

ladies chain US English

A figure in a square dance or other dance

ladies' night US English

A time at a bar or nightclub when women are charged less or admitted free

ladies' room US English

A restroom for women in a public or institutional building

naked ladies US English

The meadow saffron

ladies' tresses US English

A short orchid with small white flowers arranged in a single or double spiral, growing chiefly in north temperate regions

ladies who lunch US English

Women with both the means and the free time to meet each other socially for lunch in expensive restaurants

lords-and-ladies US English

Another term for cuckoopint.

ladies who lunch in lady US English

Women with both the means and the free time to meet each other socially for lunch in expensive restaurants

bag lady US English

A homeless woman who carries her possessions in shopping bags

First Lady US English

The wife of the president of the US or other head of state

first lady in First Lady US English

The leading woman in a particular activity or profession

one's lady in lady US English

A man’s wife

tea lady US English

A woman employed to make and serve tea in a workplace

White Lady US English

A cocktail made with gin, orange liqueur, and lemon juice

young lady US English

A woman who is not far advanced in life; a girl

dinner lady US English

A woman who serves meals to children in a school

office lady US English

(In Japan) a woman working in an office

lollipop lady US English

A woman who is employed to help children cross the road safely near a school by holding up a circular sign on a pole to stop the traffic

leading lady US English

The actress playing the principal female part in a movie, play, or television show

painted lady US English

A migratory butterfly with predominantly orange-brown wings and darker markings

Painted Lady in painted lady US English

A Victorian house, the exterior of which is painted in three or more colors, effectively highlighting the architecture

lady of leisure in leisure US English

A woman or man of independent means or whose time is free from obligations to others

lady of leisure US English

A woman or man of independent means or whose time is free from obligations to others

ladies-in-waiting in lady-in-waiting US English

A woman who attends a queen or princess

old lady US English

A person’s mother, wife, or girlfriend

lady of the night US English

Used euphemistically to refer to a prostitute

lady of the bedchamber US English

(In the UK) a female attendant to the queen or queen mother, ranking in the royal household above woman of the bedchamber

slender ladies' tresses in ladies' tresses US English

A short orchid with small white flowers arranged in a single or double spiral, growing chiefly in north temperate regions

ladies English-Spanish

→ lady

ladies' man English-Spanish

donjuán masculine

ladies' fingers English-Spanish

quimbombó masculine, quingombó

ladies first in first English-Spanish

primero las damas

ladies first! in lady English-Spanish

¡primero las damas

ladies and gents in gent English-Spanish

damas y caballeros

ladies and gentlemen in lady English-Spanish

señoras y señores, damas y caballeros

the men's/ladies' singles in singles English-Spanish

los individuales masculinos/femeninos, los singles de caballeros/de damas


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