Translation of woman in Spanish:
noun plural women Pronunciation: / ˈwɪmɪn /
- there's a woman outside to see youan old womanhay una señora or mujer afuera que te quiere veruna señora or mujer mayor or de edad(less respectful)he's a bit of an old womanuna viejaa young womanes como una vieja pesadathat's Roger's young womanuna chicauna joven [formal]this perfume brings out the woman in youesa es la novia de Rogerhe ran off with another womaneste perfume realza tu femineidadyou're a lucky womanse fue con otrashe's a sick womantienes suertewomen and children firstestá muy enfermaa woman's work is never done [humorous] the women's movementlas mujeres y los niños primerothe women's pageel movimiento de liberación de la mujerwe have a woman who comes in once a weekla página femeninatenemos una chica or muchacha or señora que viene una vez por semana(as form of address)a woman's touchthe house lacked a woman's touchel toque femeninoto be one's own womanen la casa faltaba el toque femenino or la mano de una mujerto make an honest woman of somebody [humorous]ser una mujer independiente(before noun) a woman lawyer/dentist/engineercasarse con alguienwoman priestuna abogada/dentista/ingenieraa woman friend of minemujer sacerdoteuna amiga míaExample sentences
- The jury of seven women and five men were discharged after failing to reach a verdict after more than eight hours of deliberation.
- Of the seven women lifters, five bagged three gold each, while two others had one each.
- Violence against women is a fundamental abuse of women's human rights and the scale of the problem is phenomenal.
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