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Pronunciation of Matrons: Learn how to pronounce Matrons in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word matron:

noun
a married woman regarded as staid or dignified, esp a middle-aged woman with children
a woman in charge of the domestic or medical arrangements in an institution, such as a boarding school
(US) a wardress in a prison
(British) the former name for the administrative head of the nursing staff in a hospital Official name: nursing officer
Derived Forms
ˈmatronal adjective
ˈmatronˌhood, ˈmatronˌship noun
ˈmatron-ˌlike adjective
Word Origin
C14: via Old French from Latin mātrōna, from māter mother
Example Sentences Including ‘matron’

England’s new chief matron Christine Beasley told The Sun this week how she is cracking down on hospital cleanliness.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2004)
His habit of moralising on these occasions must have been very irritating, even to the sweet-natured, long-suffering matron.
Claire Harman ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (2005)
Hospitals should return to employing their own cleaning staff and put the matron back in charge.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2004)
Plunket has lost its appeal to many young mums, who are treated indifferently by matron nurses,” said the letter.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2003)
She had been sent back to Seville in disgrace and replaced by a retired hospital matron from Cardiff.
COUNTRY LIFE (2004)
She was not invited to her younger sister’s wedding where she was to be matron of honour.
THE MERCURY, SUNDAY TASMANIAN (2005)
The dress made her look like the aging matron of a delinquent youth’s correctional institution.
Terman, Douglas CORMORANT
The matron almost smiled, the first glimmer of cordiality that Amy had glimpsed in her.
Thomas, Rosie THE WHITE DOVE
The matron had an office on the ground floor, to the rear of the house.
Ashford, Jeffrey A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE