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female

adjective (SEX) 性別     /ˈfiː.meɪl/
belonging or relating to women, or the sex that can give birth to young or produce eggs 女性的;婦女的;雌的;母的 She was voted the best female vocalist. 她當選最佳女歌手。 Female lions do not have manes. 母獅沒有鬃毛。 →  See also feminine Species and gendersCategories and varieties
describes plants which produce flowers that will later develop into fruit (植物)能結果實的 Flowers - general wordsFlowers and flowering plants
femaleness     /ˈfiː.meɪl.nəs/ noun [U] Species and gendersCategories and varieties
Translations of “female”
in Korean 암컷의…
in Arabic أُنْثى…
in Portuguese feminino, fêmea…
in Catalan femella, femení…
in Japanese 女性の, 雌の…
in Italian di sesso femminile…
in Russian женский, женского пола…
in Turkish dişi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 性别, 女性的, 妇女的…
in Polish żeński, kobiecy…
(Definition of female adjective (SEX) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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