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Meaning of “feminine” - Learner’s Dictionary

feminine

adjective     /ˈfemɪnɪn/
WOMEN
showing qualities that people generally think are typical of women: a feminine voice feminine beautyGender-related attributesKinds of womenKinds of men
GRAMMAR
in some languages, belonging to a group of nouns or adjectives that have the same grammatical behaviour. The other groups are 'masculine' and 'neuter'.Grammatical terms
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