Definition of superwoman in English:

superwoman

Line breaks: super|woman
Pronunciation: /ˈsuːpəwʊmən
 
, ˈsjuː-/

noun (plural superwomen)

informal
A woman with exceptional physical or mental ability, especially one who successfully manages a home, brings up children, and has a full-time job: I see too many working women who feel they have to live up to the myth of the superwoman
More example sentences
  • We as adults are so bombarded with errands to run, bills to pay, mortgage to scamper for, laundry to do, plus maintaining a full-time job (and yes, you can call us superwomen if you like) we often forget to frolic every once in awhile.
  • Our lives often require us to be superwomen, when unfortunately, we are only human!
  • ‘Women are encouraged to be superwomen, to do everything,’ said Isobel.

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