The abbreviation for the mesdames is written as "Mmes". Mesdames is the plural form of the French word Madame, which means Mrs.
The plural is "Mesdames Garcia". As far as I know, there is no established abbreviation for Mesdames.
mesdames (abbreviation: mmes)
The abbreviation for Madame is Mme. The plural (mesdames) is abbreviated Mmes.M. is used for Monsieur in French.Mlle. is for Mademoiselle.
Mrs is "madame" in French. The abbreviation is 'mme'. The (irregular) plural is "mesdames", abbreviated 'mmes'
The abbreviation used for the French word madam is; Mme and Madam. For plural is it Mmes and Mesdames. Mlle is for Mademoiselle, meaning Miss in English.
Mesdames in French means "my ladies" in English.
The plural of Mrs. is "Mesdames". Some examples are:Mesdames Smith and JonesMesdames GreenMesdames Garcia-Gonzalez
It can be madames, madams OR mesdames, actually.
Yes. Unlike "ms," "Mrs." is a real abbreviation. It is short for "mistress," and since mistress has an unpleasant connotation we slur it in speech to sound like "missiz." The plural is mesdames, or Mmes. Since 'Ms' exists, it is real, and since it is an abbreviation, it is a real abbreviation!
Mesdames Anna and Ingiga are having tea at this moment
Bonjour mesdames (mesdames is the irregular plural of madame)
"Mesdames et messieurs." For a TV speaker, it could be: "Mesdames, mesdemoiselles, messieurs."
That would be "Mesdames".
The plural of "madame" is "mesdames".
"Mesdames et messieurs"
What i know in French is Monsieur et Dames
the Plural form of Madam is "Mesdames"
Mesdames et Messieurs