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career woman

noun [C] uk   us   old-fashioned
a woman who considers her job and success in her job to be very important in her life
Translations of “career woman”
in Chinese (Traditional) 職場女性(將事業看得比生兒育女更重要)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 职业女性(将事业看得比生儿育女更重要)…
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