(n.) = gentleman [gentlemen, -pl.] ; gallant ; knight ; gent. Ex: These were gentlemen whose forebears had upset Elizabeth I by encouraging the people to think a little too much for themselves and who proved very difficult to control. Ex: Information scientists may, therefore, be divided into bibliometricians, retrievalists, and a growing number of gallants who are both. Ex: Selected volumes documenting the earliest history of the Knights were examined from a conservation and analytical point of view. Ex: For the ladies there are two toilets and two hand basins; for the gents, one toilet, two urinals and one hand basin. ---- * aseo de caballeros = men's room. * baño de caballeros = men's room. * caballero andante = knight errant. * caballero blanco = white knight ; knight in shining armour. * Caballero de la Triste Figura, el = Knight of the Doleful Countenance, the. * caballero medieval = mediaeval knight [medieval knight, -USA]. * como todo un caballero = sportingly. * comportarse como todo un caballero = take + the high road ; take + the high ground. * impropio de un caballero = ungentlemanlike. * lavabo de caballeros = men's room. * peluquería de caballeros = barber's shop ; barbershop. * poderoso caballero es Don Dinero = money makes the world go (a)round ; money is powerful ; money is power ; money talks and bullshit walks. * poderoso caballero es Don Dionero = money talks (for itself). * propio de un caballero = gentlemanlike. * servicio de caballeros = men's room.