Translation of mister in Spanish:


señor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪstər/ /ˈmɪstə/

See Spanish definition of señor


  • 1

    (as title)
    señor masculine
    he's just (a) plain mister no tiene ningún título
    • You can't get away with changing the subject mister!
    • And mister, if you don't smarten up you'll end up just like her.
    • I may be pregnant but I will get up and kick your butt mister.
    • Another voice could be heard that was even louder, ‘You don't have to like my decision mister but you will have to live with it!
    • Hold your tongue mister, you're going to say something stupid.
    • "Well mister," she said, pointing her fork at him.
    • Well mister, we won't be having any of that.
    • ‘My memory has just been sold’ - well, boo-hoo, mister!
    • Well, I'm sorry, mister, but I've been a Frank Zappa fan since before you were even wearing diapers, okay?
    • You just wait until you have problems fitting into your tux, mister.
    • That's my wife you're talking about, mister.
    • She'd march him down the street to some secret bunker and shove his nose into a nuclear bomb and say, ‘Uh, huh, and what do you call this, mister?’
    • I think you've been reading too many Tom Clancy novels, mister.
  • 2 informal

    hey, mister, you dropped your gloves ¡oiga, se le han caído los guantes!
    • One or two young Iraqi boys approached them awkwardly and tried to say hello… ‘Mister, mister!’
    • Then some kid will turn up on a Saturday from Auchtermuchty or somewhere like that and say to me, ‘Hey, mister, are you the man that does the rugby?’
    • He said to me, ‘I understand there was some dancing going on, mister.’
    • As the fellow carried him ashore, the boy looked up and said, ‘Thanks for saving my life, mister.’
    • There were no cries of, ‘Hey, mister, you need taxi?’
    • Yes, I think the audience is well aware of that, mister.
    • With all due respect, mister, I think it is always our objective to win.
    • He could only speak a few words, pleading ‘No, mister.’
    • ‘I like your song, mister,’ Ronnie said as he dropped in the coins.
    • Thanks, mister, but I don't even know your name!
    • ‘Thanks, mister,’ I gasped at the guide who pulled me out.
    • "Sorry mister, I didn't mean to startle you," he said.