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maidennoun [C]

 us   /ˈmeɪ·dən/ (also maid,  /meɪd/ ) old use

maiden noun [C] (WOMAN)

literature a girl or young woman: In the story, the prince woos the fair maiden.

maidenadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈmeɪ·dən/

maiden adjective [not gradable] (FIRST)

(esp. of a trip by a ship or vehicle) first: a maiden voyage/flight
Translations of “maiden”
in Vietnamese cô gái chưa chồng…
in Spanish doncella…
in Thai สาวโสด…
in Malaysian belum berkahwin…
in French jeune fille…
in German unverheiratete Frau…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女子, 女孩,少女,年輕女子…
in Indonesian gadis…
in Russian девушка…
in Turkish evlenmemiş genç bayan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女子, 女孩,少女,年轻女子…
in Polish panna…
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