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madre

[mah-th re; English mah-drey] /ˈmɑ ðrɛ; English ˈmɑ dreɪ/
noun, plural madres
[mah-th res; English mah-dreyz] /ˈmɑ ðrɛs; English ˈmɑ dreɪz/ (Show IPA).
Spanish.
1.
mother1 .
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  • madre Mia, when you are ransomed away from here it will please me!

  • madre has been sitting at the window for ages looking out for the boat.

    A Spirit in Prison Robert Hichens
  • "madre doesn't know," she murmured, as if she were giving him a reason for something.

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  • madre, we are going out a little way in the boat, and we want you to come with us.

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  • "madre, how horribly I must have disappointed you," she said.

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  • "But, madre—" Vere began, startled by her mother's abrupt vehemence.

    A Spirit in Prison Robert Hichens
  • "I am sorry, madre; I was kept for a moment," the girl said.

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  • madre, I know I'm behaving shamefully, but we are all so hopelessly inappropriate.

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  • There they had raced together to madre Carmela and her frying-pan!

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