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chairwomannoun [C]

 us   /ˈtʃeərˌwʊm·ən/ (plural -women  /ˈtʃeərˌwɪm·ən/ )
a woman in charge of a meeting, organization, or department; a chairperson
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chairwomannoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈtʃeəˌwʊmən/ (plural chairwomen)
MEETINGS a woman who is in charge of a meeting, committee, or organization: The Chairwoman of the State Board of Education urged lawmakers not to cut public school funding.
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Translations of “chairwoman”
in Chinese (Simplified) 女主席, 女委员长, 女主持人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女主席, 女委員長, 女主持人…
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