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N-COUNT; N-TITLE （英国的男性）勋爵 In Britain, a lord is a man who has a high rank in the nobility, for example an earl, a viscount, or a marquis.
She married a lord and lives in this huge house in the Cotswolds...
A few days earlier he had received a telegram from Lord Lloyd.
N-VOC （在英国对法官、主教及某些男性贵族的尊称）阁下，大人 In Britain, judges, bishops, and some male members of the nobility are addressed as 'my Lord'.
My lord, I am instructed by my client to claim that the evidence has been tampered with.
（用于英国某些高级官员的头衔） In Britain, Lord is used in the titles of some officials of very high rank.
He was Lord Chancellor from 1970 until 1974.
...Sir Brian Hutton, the Lord Chief Justice for Northern Ireland.
N-PROPER-COLL the Lords同the House of Lords The Lords is the same as the House of Lords .
It's very likely the bill will be defeated in the Lords.
N-COUNT （尤指中世纪的）领主 In former times, especially in medieval times, a lord was a man who owned land or property and who had power and authority over people.
It was the home of the powerful lords of Baux.
N-PROPER 上帝；耶稣基督；主 In the Christian church, people refer to God and to Jesus Christ as the Lord .
I know the Lord will look after him...
She prayed now. 'Lord, help me to find courage.'
N-COUNT 巨头；霸主；泰斗 If you describe a man as the lord of a particular area, industry, or thing, you mean that he has total authority and power over it.
A century ago the aristocracy were truly lords of the earth.
...the lords of the black market.
EXCLAM （表示吃惊、懊丧或不快）上帝呀！主呀！天哪！ Lord is used in exclamations such as 'good Lord!' and 'oh Lord!' to express surprise, shock, frustration, or annoyance about something.
'Good lord, that's what he is: he's a policeman.'...
'They didn't fire you for drinking, did they?' — 'Lord, no! I only drink beer, nowadays.'
PHRASE （强调强烈的情感或信念）众所周知 You can say 'Lord knows' to emphasize something that you feel or believe very strongly.
I've got to go home, but Lord knows I dread it.
PHRASE （强调不知情）天晓得，鬼知道，谁知道 You can say 'Lord knows' to emphasize that you do not know something.
He would turn up at meetings, but Lord knows where he came from.
PHRASE 颐指气使；发号施令；指手画脚 If someone lords it over you, they act in a way that shows that they think they are better than you, especially by giving lots of orders.
Alex seemed to enjoy lording it over the three girls.