Translation of sahib in Spanish:


señor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɑ(h)ɪb/ /ˈsɑː(h)ɪb/ /sɑːb/


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    señor masculine
    colonel sahib señor coronel
    • We come to know how the white sahibs started the earlier plantations.
    • Also, we're one of the few stand alone eateries in India to offer lobsters and crabs which was important because the burra sahibs were partial to them!
    • In their race to realise the more-or-less elusive American dream, the characters come across as study cases or automatons, caught in the fast-forward gear to become suburban sahibs.
    • ‘You're the only one, sahib,’ he called out as I headed in.
    • Vests under the dinner jackets must have been uncomfortable to wear in the Indian heat, so the sahibs tied a bandana around their waists (kamar in Urdu) and began calling it a cummerbund.