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  1. -​ˈdam \ —used as a title equivalent to Mrs. for a married woman not of English-speaking nationality 2 plural madames: madam sense 3 First Known Use of madame circa , in .
  2. Aug 17,  · Directed by Amanda Sthers. With Toni Collette, Harvey Keitel, Rossy de Palma, Michael Smiley. A rich man's fortune cookie: "Tonight you'll meet someone special." He meets a maid, made aristocrat for the evening to avoid 13 at the dinner party in Paris. They spend the night together. while the hostess stalks them/10(6K).
  3. (often initial capital letter) a French title of respect equivalent to “Mrs.”, used alone or prefixed to a woman's married name or title: Madame Curie. (in English) a title of respect used in speaking to or of an older woman, especially one of distinction, who is not of American or British origin.
  4. 1. Used as a courtesy title before the surname or full name of a woman, especially a married woman, in a French-speaking area: Madame Cartier; Madame Jacqueline Cartier. See Usage Note at miss 2. 2. madame Used as a form of polite address for a woman in a .
  5. Definition of madam 1 a plural mesdames \ mā-​ˈdäm, -​ˈdam \: lady —used without a name as a form of respectful or polite address to a woman Right this way, madam. b Madam —used as .
  6. the woman in charge of a household: Is the madam at home? the woman in charge of a house of prostitution.
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  8. May 26,  · The word ‘madam’ is generally used to refer to a mistress of a household. On the other hand the word ‘madame’ refers to a married French woman. This is the main difference between the usage of the two words, namely, madam and madame. The word ‘madam’ has a sense of authority or rank attached to it.

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