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gen·tle·man

 (jĕn′tl-mən)
n.
1. A man of gentle or noble birth or superior social position: "He's too much a gentleman to be a scholar" (Aphra Behn).
2. A well-mannered and considerate man with high standards of proper behavior. See Usage Note at lady.
3. A man of independent means who does not need to have a wage-paying job.
4. A man: Do you know this gentleman?
5. gentlemen (-mən) Used as a form of address for a group of men.
6. A manservant; a valet.

gen′tle·man·ly adj.

gentleman

(ˈdʒɛntəlmən)
n, pl -men
1. a man regarded as having qualities of refinement associated with a good family
2. a man who is cultured, courteous, and well-educated
3. a polite name for a man
4. the personal servant of a gentleman (esp in the phrase gentleman's gentleman)
5. (Historical Terms) history Brit a man of gentle birth, who was entitled to bear arms, ranking above a yeoman in social position
6. (formerly) a smuggler
ˈgentlemanly adj
ˈgentlemanliness n

gen•tle•man

(ˈdʒɛn tl mən)

n., pl. -men.
1. a man of good family, breeding, or social position.
2. (used as a polite term) a man: the gentleman in the tweed suit.
3. gentlemen, (used as a form of address): Gentlemen, please come this way.
4. a civilized, educated, sensitive, or well-mannered man.
5. a male personal servant; valet.
6. a male attendant upon a king, queen, or other royal person, who is himself of high birth or rank.
7. a man with an independent income who does not work for a living.
8. a male member of the U.S. Congress: The chair recognizes the gentleman from Massachusetts.
9. (formerly) a man above the rank of yeoman.
[1225–75]
gen′tle•man•ly, adj.
syn: See man.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gentleman - a man of refinementgentleman - a man of refinement      
Don - a Spanish gentleman or nobleman
gent - informal abbreviation of `gentleman'
gentleman-at-arms - one of 40 gentlemen who attend the British sovereign on state occasions
adult male, man - an adult person who is male (as opposed to a woman); "there were two women and six men on the bus"
2.gentleman - a manservant who acts as a personal attendant to his employergentleman - a manservant who acts as a personal attendant to his employer; "Jeeves was Bertie Wooster's man"
body servant - a valet or personal maid
manservant - a man servant

gentleman

noun
Quotations
"It is almost a definition of a gentleman to say that he is one who never inflicts pain" [Cardinal Newman The Idea of a University]
Translations
سَيِّدكَرِيـمُ الـمَحْتِدمُهَذَّب، رفيع التهذيب
džentlmenmužpán
gentleman
herrasmiesmiestenherrasmiehet
gospodingospoda
úriemberúrurak
herraherra; maîurherramennprúîmenni
紳士
신사
džentelmenasdžentelmeniškasponasvyrų tualetas
džentlmeniskungs
džentlmen
gospodkavalir
gentleman
สุภาพบุรุษ
người đàn ông phong nhã

gentleman

[ˈdʒentlmən]
A. N (gentlemen (pl)) (= man) → señor m; (having gentlemanly qualities) → caballero m (archaic) (at court) → gentilhombre m
there's a gentleman waiting to see youhay un señor esperando para verle
young gentlemanseñorito m
to be a perfect gentlemanser un perfecto caballero
he's no gentlemanpoco caballero es él
"gentlemen" (= lavatory) → caballeros
B. CPD gentleman's agreement Nacuerdo m entre caballeros
gentleman farmer Nterrateniente m
gentleman's gentleman Nayuda m de cámara

gentleman

[ˈdʒɛntəlmən] n
(= man) → monsieur m
Good morning, gentlemen → Bonjour messieurs.
(= well-bred man) → gentleman m
a real gentleman → un vrai gentleman gentleman's agreement

gentleman

n pl <-men>
(well-mannered, well-born) → Gentleman m, → Herr m; (trustworthy) → Ehrenmann m, → Gentleman m; he’s a real gentlemaner ist ein richtiger Gentleman; be a gentleman and take her homesei ein richtiger Gentleman und bringe sie nach Hause
(= man)Herr m; gentlemen!meine Herren!; (in business letter) → sehr geehrte Herren!; gentlemen of the jury/press!meine Herren Geschworenen/von der Presse!
(dated: with private income) → Privatier m; (Hist, rank) → Mann mvon Stand; (at court) → Höfling m; gentleman-farmerGutsbesitzer m

gentleman

[ˈdʒɛntlmən] n (-men (pl)) → signore m; (well-mannered, well-bred man) → gentiluomo, signore m
gentlemen! → signori!
(to be) a perfect gentleman → (dimostrarsi) un vero gentiluomo
gentleman's agreement → impegno sulla parola, gentleman's agreement m inv

gentleman

(ˈdʒentlmən) plural ˈgentlemen noun
(abbreviation gent).
1. a polite word for a man. Two gentlemen arrived this morning.
2. a polite, well-mannered man. He's a real gentleman.
ˈgentlemanly adjective
(of men) polite; well-mannered. gentlemanly behaviour.
gents noun
(usually with the) a public toilet for men. Where's the nearest gents?

gentleman

كَرِيـمُ الـمَحْتِد džentlmen gentleman Gentleman τζέντλεμαν caballero herrasmies gentleman gospodin gentiluomo 紳士 신사 gentleman gentleman dżentelmen cavalheiro джентльмен gentleman สุภาพบุรุษ centilmen người đàn ông phong nhã 绅士
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