Übersetzung für 'ma'am' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ma'am [Am.]gnä' Frau {f}
Yes, ma'am. [Am.] [also hum.]Jawohl. [auch hum.] [zu einer Frau]
ungeprüft wham, bam, thank you ma'am {coll.} [Bezeichnung für schnellen, unzärtlichen Geschlechtsverkehr, i. ü. S. auch für unsexuelle Handlungen verwendbar]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Vincent Sir and Alakhnanda ma'am get tensed on knowing this and try to figure out the reason behind Manjeet's behavior.
  • A commander is addressed initially by rank and surname, thereafter by superiors and peers as "commander" and by subordinates as "sir" or "ma'am".
  • The use of "sir" and "ma'am" as forms of address for superiors are common in the United States armed forces.
  • Unlike the Army and Navy, but like the Marine Corps (throughout boot camp) and Coast Guard (during the first section of boot camp), trainees are required to refer to all airmen and guardians of all ranks as "sir" or "ma'am".
  • Moore replied, "no ma'am, I make 12,500 a week".

  • Under the British Raj, however, the word used for female members of the establishment was adapted to "memsahib", a variation of the English word "ma'am" having been added to the word "sahib".
  • (last name)" by senior officers and as "sir" or "ma'am" by all enlisted personnel.
  • The word "mano" is Spanish for "hand" while the word "po" is often used in Filipino culture and language at the end of each sentence as a sign of respect when addressing someone older, akin to English (sir/ma'am).
  • Baby Jane is the last to be handed over — Robbie stands at the door of a house and asks the woman who answers "Please, ma'am, I was wondering if you'd care to have my sister."
  • Today, the term is used as a way to respectfully address women of any social rank. "Khanum" is the eastern equivalent of "madam", or more colloquially, "ma'am".

  • This kind of change caused Latin "mea domina" to eventually become the French "madame" and American English "ma'am".
  • Sergeant majors are normally addressed as "sir" or "ma'am" by subordinates, and as "sergeant major", by their full title (or its abbreviation), or as "Mr" or "Ms" by superiors.
  • The butcher replies, "We certainly do ma'am." and allows the lady to sniff the beef, then charges her $1.19 (equal to $ [...] today) for the privilege of sniffing.
  • Major-generals are initially addressed as 'general' and name, as are all general officers; thereafter by subordinates as 'sir' or 'ma'am' as applicable in English (...).
  • While ma'amoul are consumed all-year long, they are most associated with Eid Al-Fitr or iftar as meals in celebration for the ending of Ramadan's fasting.

  • Maamor or ma'amar (Hebrew, plural: Ma'amarim (masculine); Ma'amaros (feminine)) is derived from the Hebrew word to "speak/pronounce/express/say."
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