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women's libber

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌwɪm.ɪnzˈlɪb.ər/ US  // old-fashioned
someone who supports efforts to achieve equality of women and men
婦女解放運動者
I'm not a women's libber, but I do believe women should be paid the same as men.
我不是一名婦女解放運動者,但我確實認為女性應該與男性同工同酬。
Human rights
Translations of “women's libber”
in Chinese (Simplified) 妇女解放运动者…
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