pertaining to or involving both a mother and her daughter, esp. the relationship itself or an activity in which both participate; also, pertaining to a mother-and-daughter partnership
They sponsored a mother-daughter day at the office.
noun 1. the earth regarded as the source of all animate and inanimate things. 2. the land or soil.
/ˌmʌðəˈriːz/ noun 1. the simplified and repetitive type of speech, with exaggerated intonation and rhythm, often used by adults when speaking to babies
noun 1. a woman embodying or seeming to embody the qualities of an idealized conception of the female parent, eliciting from others the emotional responses that a child typically has toward its mother.
[muhth -er-fuhk-er] /ˈmʌð ərˌfʌk ər/ noun, Slang: Vulgar. 1. a mean, despicable, or vicious person. 2. anything considered to be despicable, frustrating, etc. (used as a general expression of contempt or anger). /ˈmʌðəˌfʌkə/ noun 1. (offensive, taboo, slang, mainly US) a person or thing, esp an exasperating or unpleasant one Often shortened to mother n. […]