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womenfolk

noun [plural] uk   /ˈwɪm.ɪn.fəʊk/ us    /-foʊk/ old-fashioned
the women in a family or society: The communal land is cultivated by the womenfolk in the tribe.
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in Chinese (Traditional) (某家庭或社會中的)女性,女人們…
in Chinese (Simplified) (某家庭或社会中的)女性,女人们…
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