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lord
lɔːrd
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God.
  2. A titled peer of the realm.
  3. A person who has general authority over others.
(动) As a verb
  1. Make a lord of someone.
Hyphenationlord
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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统治者tǒngzhì zhěruler
阁下géxiàyour distinguished self; your majesty; sire
上帝shàngdìGod
作威作福zuò wēi zuòfútyrannical abuse (idiom); riding roughshod over people
勋爵xūnjuéLord (UK hereditary nobility); UK life peer
洛德luòdéLord (name)
相公xiànggonglord; master; young gentleman; male prostitute; catamite; mahjong player disqualified by unintentionally taking in the wrong number of dominoes; (old form of address for one's husband) husband
老爷lǎoye(respectful) lord; master; (coll.) maternal grandfather
贵族guìzúlord; nobility; nobleman; noblewoman; aristocrat; aristocracy
jūnmonarch; lord; gentleman; ruler
hegemon; tyrant; lord; feudal chief; to rule by force; to usurp; (in modern advertising) master
zhǔowner; master; host; individual or party concerned; God; Lord; main; to indicate or signify; trump card (in card games)
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