Mrs British English ; Mrs. American English
used before a married woman's family name to be polite when you are speaking to her, writing to her, or talking about her [↪ miss, Mrs]: ! Some married women prefer to be addressed as Ms because it does not draw attention to whether or not they are married. ➔ see also note at Mr
Mrs Meddeman heads the fund-raising committee.
Mr and Mrs David Smith
used humorously to say that a woman has a particular quality or behaves in a particular way:
Mrs Superefficient has already taken care of it.