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Translation of "woman" - English-Spanish dictionary

woman

noun   /ˈwʊm·ən/ ( plural women /ˈwɪm·ɪn/)
A1 an adult female person mujer a 30-year-old woman
(Definition of woman from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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
(Definition of woman from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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