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woman

noun /ˈwumən/ ( plural women /ˈwimin/)
an adult human female
mujer
His sisters are both grown women now (also adjective) a woman doctor women doctors.
a female domestic daily helper
mujer que hace la limpieza
We have a woman who comes in to do the cleaning.
-woman suffix sometimes used instead of man when the person performing an activity is a woman, as in chairwoman.
mujer
womanhood noun the state of being a woman
condición de mujer
She will reach womanhood in a few years’ time.
womankind /ˈwimin-/ nouns ( womenkind) women generally.
las mujeres
womanly adjective (showing qualities) natural or suitable to a woman
femenino
a womanly figure womanly charm.
womanliness noun
feminidad
womenfolk /ˈwimin-/ noun plural female people, especially female relatives.
mujeres
Translations of “woman”
in Korean 여성…
in Arabic اِمْرأة…
in French femme(-), femme de ménage…
in Italian donna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 成年女子,女人, 妻子, 情人…
in Russian женщина…
in Turkish kadın, bayan, hanım…
in Polish kobieta…
in Portuguese mulher…
in German die Frau, weiblich, Frauen……
in Catalan dona…
in Japanese 女性, 女の人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 成年女子,女人, 妻子, 情人…
(Definition of woman from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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