Translation of Mrs in Spanish:


Sra., n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪsɪz/ /ˈmɪsɪs/

See Spanish definition of Sra.


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    Mrs A.J. Rees Sra. (Dña.) A. J. Rees
    • Mrs John Smith Sra. (Dña.) … de Smith
    • The only thing left was to ask Nick to buy an extra return ticket for the ferry Tuesday afternoon in the name of a Mrs S. Owen, but pay cash for this one.
    • On the appeal a Mrs Tunstall, a professional psychologist, gave evidence.
    • Although he never married, his long relationship with a Mrs Louisa Barrow produced four children, all of whom bore his name.
    • In 1880 a Mrs Millner, a member of the Religious Society of Friends, started the Industrial Association in order to help distressed Irish gentlewomen in Mountmellick.
    • ‘The latest letter I got was from a Mrs Mungalsingh who complained about two radio stations,’ Prince recalled.
    • The national champion was placed third, with local rival Trevor Heeks of Trowbridge coming second and a Mrs Capewell from Peterborough winning overall.
    • We're now staying at a B & B run by a Mrs Peg Bogle, who remembers you.
    • It is inscribed at the front as belonging to a Mrs Janet Maule and dated June 25 1701, although recipes have been added over a number of years.
    • In 1977 the then president of the Panacea Society, a Mrs Cuthbertson, produced a list of 15 conditions for opening the box.
    • A century later, the Hull Ladies' Musical Union, founded at the home of a Mrs Dover of Hinderwell Street in the city, is still going strong.
    • That was the question sent to reader Mrs M. Yates by a Mrs B. Bryan, who now lives in Tasmania but who used to live in Ringley, and whose maiden name was Wilson.
    • The building was leased to a Mrs Park in 1960 and then was made into residential dwellings - a house and a cottage.
    • Storrs told how he visited a Mrs Downes, a washerwoman who was in labour with her tenth child, on January 7, 1841.
    • Spot prizes were won by Tommy Bredican, Phylis Bredican, Mrs Fiona Durkin and Mrs Noreen Geraghty.
    • I have been requested by a reader - a Mrs Trellis of North Island - for more up to date news of our favourite family.
    • In 1841, a Mrs Harriet Hatt noticed a strangely dressed man enter a shop.
    • The other founder to be honoured, a Mrs Langdon, died some years ago.
    • One day I was sent as a gardener to a Mrs Milligan of 127 Holden Road, Finchley.
    • Yes, and it's a marvellous fruitcake sent to us by a Mrs Bradford of Bingley.
    • Alora was being picked up from the airport at nine-thirty by a Mrs Harrow, after watching Jessie's plane fly away.