Used as a courtesy title for an unmarried woman in an Italian-speaking area, equivalent to Miss.(noun)
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Use "signorina" in a sentence
""The signorina is going to move out of the palace in half an hour," said the servant."
"English; the language of love, signorina, is universal."
"Italian has a wonderful word for the sway of a drunken sailor (or hat-selling signorina): barcollare -- to move back and forth like a boat."