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female

adjective uk   /ˈfiː.meɪl/ us  

female adjective (SEX)

B1 belonging or relating to women, or the sex that can give birth to young or produce eggs: She was voted the best female vocalist. Female lions do not have manes.
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Female plants produce flowers that will later develop into fruit.
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female adjective (CONNECTING PART)

specialized electronics used to refer to a piece of equipment that has a hole or space into which another part can be fitted: a female plug/connector
femaleness
noun [U] uk   /-nəs/ us  

female

noun [C] uk   /ˈfiː.meɪl/ us  
B2 a female animal or person: The kitten was actually a female, not a male. Females (= women) represent 40 percent of the country's workforce. used to refer to a woman in a way that shows no respect: I suspect the doctor thought I was just another hysterical female.
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Traducciones de “female”
en coreano 암컷의…
en árabe أُنْثى…
en francés femelle…
en turco dişi…
en italiano di sesso femminile…
en chino (tradicionál) 性別, 女性的, 婦女的…
en ruso женский, женского пола…
en polaco żeński, kobiecy…
en español hembra…
en portugués feminino, fêmea…
en alemán weiblich…
en catalán femella, femení…
en japonés 女性の, 雌の…
en chino (simplificado) 性别, 女性的, 妇女的…
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