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woman
American English: /ˈwʊmən/
British English: /ˈwʊmən/

Translation of woman in Spanish:

noun plural women

  • there's a woman outside to see you
    hay una señora or mujer afuera que te quiere ver
    an old woman
    una señora or mujer mayor or de edad
    (less respectful)
    una vieja
    he's a bit of an old woman
    es como una vieja pesada
    a young woman
    una chica
    una joven [formal]
    that's Roger's young woman
    esa es la novia de Roger
    this perfume brings out the woman in you
    este perfume realza tu femineidad
    he ran off with another woman
    se fue con otra
    you're a lucky woman
    tienes suerte
    she's a sick woman
    está muy enferma
    women and children first
    las mujeres y los niños primero
    a woman's work is never done [humorous] the women's movement
    el movimiento de liberación de la mujer
    the women's page
    la página femenina
    we have a woman who comes in once a week
    tenemos una chica or muchacha or señora que viene una vez por semana
    (as form of address)
    mujer
    a woman's touch
    el toque femenino
    the house lacked a woman's touch
    en la casa faltaba el toque femenino or la mano de una mujer
    to be one's own woman
    ser una mujer independiente
    to make an honest woman of somebody [humorous]
    casarse con alguien
    (before noun) a woman lawyer/dentist/engineer
    una abogada/dentista/ingeniera
    woman priest
    mujer sacerdote
    a woman friend of mine
    una amiga mía
    Example 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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