Definición de doyenne en inglés:

doyenne

Saltos de línea: doy|enne
Pronunciación: /ˈdɔɪɛn, dɔɪˈɛn
 
, dwʌˈjɛn/

sustantivo

The most respected or prominent woman in a particular field: she became a doyenne of the London Irish music scene
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But if she became a doyenne in her chosen field, she never quite lost touch with her love affair with the opposite end of the lens.
  • She talks to the former doyenne of daytime TV about her comeback.
  • She has become the doyenne of historical fiction in this country.

Origen

mid 19th century: from French, feminine of doyen (see doyen).

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