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How to Pronounce madame?

Correct pronunciation for the word "madame" is [mˈadəm], [mˈadəm], [m_ˈa_d_ə_m].

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"Madame" in context

Madame is an honorific title that is used in French-speaking countries including France and many parts of Africa and the Caribbean to refer to women of a certain age. Often, it is used to refer to a woman who has a certain level of seniority, social prestige or respect. It is typically accompanied by the family name or surname of the woman being referred to and it implies a level of respect. The use of Madame is often seen in the medical, legal and education professions, where the title is used to address older female colleagues.

What are similar-sounding words for madame?

Usage over time for madame:

This graph shows how "madame" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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