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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
la•dy /ˈleɪdi/USA pronunciation
n., pl. -dies,adj.
a woman who is refined, polite, and well-spoken.
a woman of high social position or economic class.
female:the lady who answered the phone.
This word is used as a term of address for a woman,
- as a polite term; usually in the plural:Ladies and gentlemen, welcome.
wife:The ambassador and his lady arrived late.
Slang Terms[Slang.]a female lover or companion.
[Lady] (in Great Britain) the title of a woman of rank, or the wife of a man of certain rank: [proper noun]Lady Huxtable.[countable]Lords and Ladies filled the hall.
[usually: Lady; proper noun] a quality or abstract idea thought of as a female person:Lady Luck.
adj. [before a noun]
Slang Terms[Sometimes Offensive.]female:a lady cabdriver.
- as an offensive term (usually in the singular):"Hey, lady, you're in my way!'' he hollered.
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lady /ˈleɪdɪ/ n ( pl -dies)
Etymology: Old English hlǣfdīge, from hlāf bread + dīge kneader, related to dāh dough
- a woman regarded as having the characteristics of a good family and high social position
- a polite name for a woman
- (as modifier): a lady doctor
- an informal name for wife
- lady of the house ⇒ the female head of the household
- a woman with proprietary rights and authority, as over a manor
Lady /ˈleɪdɪ/ n ( pl -dies)
- (in Britain) a title of honour borne by various classes of women of the peerage
- my lady ⇒ a term of address to holders of the title Lady, used esp by servants
- Our Lady ⇒ a title of the Virgin Mary