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female

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfiː.meɪl/
a female animal or person
雌性动物;女子
The kitten was actually a female, not a male.
这只小猫的确是母的,不是公的。
Females (= women) represent 40% of the country's workforce.
女性占全国劳动力的40%。
Men and womenKinds of menKinds of women
used to refer to a woman in a way that shows no respect
女人(不尊重的说法)
I suspect the doctor thought I was just another hysterical female.
我猜那个医生认为我只不过是另一个歇斯底里的女人罢了。
Men and womenKinds of menKinds of women
Translations of “female”
in Spanish hembra…
in Arabic اُنثى…
in Korean 암컷, 여성…
in Portuguese mulher, fêmea…
in French femelle…
in German weiblich…
in Catalan dona, femella…
in Japanese 女性, 雌…
in Russian женщина, особь женского пола…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雌性動物, 女子, 女人(不尊重的說法)…
in Italian donna, femmina…
in Turkish kız, kadın, dişi…
in Polish samica, kobieta…
(Definition of female noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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