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noun [C] uk   /pəˈliːsˌwʊm.ən/ ( plural -women   /-wɪmɪn/   ) us  
Translations of “policewoman”
in Korean (여)경찰관…
in Arabic شُرْطي, شُرْطِيّة…
in Portuguese policial…
in Catalan agent de policia (dona)…
in Japanese (女性の)警官, 警察官…
in Italian poliziotta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女員警…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女警察…
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