Definition of women's work in English:

women's work

Syllabification: wom·en's work

noun

Work traditionally and historically undertaken by women, especially tasks of a domestic nature such as cooking, needlework, and child rearing.
More example sentences
  • Consult some primary sources detailing the nature of women's work and household activities such as business records, census enumerators' books, trade directories, household budgets and private diaries.
  • In contrast, women's work as domestics and in the field rarely provided opportunities to leave the plantation.
  • Eventually, the Union undertook a number of projects to investigate women's work.

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