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Irishwoman
American English: /ˈaɪrɪʃˌwʊmən/
British English: /ˈʌɪrɪʃwʊmən/

Translation of Irishwoman in Spanish:

noun plural -women

  • irlandesa (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The possibility of the seductiveness of a Gaelic Irishwoman (or Gaelic Ireland in any form) is never entertained in the novel.
    • On the monument there is a plaque which states: ‘In memory of all Irishmen and Irishwomen who gave their lives in all wars, at home and abroad and in U.N. service so that others could live in peace and freedom.’
    • Mitchell and British-born William Sampson faced execution for allegedly masterminding bomb attacks in 2000 and 2001 which left one Briton dead and two other Britons and an Irishwoman injured.

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