noun, plural ma·dres [mah-th res; English mah-dreyz] /ˈmɑ ðrɛs; English ˈmɑ dreɪz/. Spanish.
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Contemporary Examples of madre
Over the next 30 years “Madre Antonia,” as she came to be known, transformed the atmosphere.From Hollywood Socialite to Catholic Missionary
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Historical Examples of madre
Madre Mia, when you are ransomed away from here it will please me!
Madre, we are going out a little way in the boat, and we want you to come with us.
Madre has been sitting at the window for ages looking out for the boat.
"Madre doesn't know," she murmured, as if she were giving him a reason for something.
"Madre, how horribly I must have disappointed you," she said.