dueña translation | Spanish-English dictionary



[+de casa]   housekeeper  
[+de doncellas]  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

duna, dueño, duela, duodenal

la marina era dueña de los mares exp.
the navy was mistress of the seas

Entry related to:dueño

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'dueña' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
ser dueña de la situación
la gente se siente más dueña de su vida
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"dueña": examples and translations in context
La dueña siempre me ha ayudado. The owner's always been helpful to me.
Usted será la dueña nominal del boleto. You shall be the nominal owner of the ticket.
Me sentí cómo si fuese dueña de la ciudad. I felt like I owned this city.
La familia de Olivia ha sido dueña de Beau Rivage durante 175 años. Olivia's family has owned Beau Rivage for 175 years.
Y dijo que tanto el dueño como la dueña de la casa son antipáticos. And said both master and mistress of the house are unfriendly.
Hola, señorita y dueña mía. What, my young lady and mistress.
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