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American English: /ˈwɪmɪn/
British English: /ˈwɪmɪn/

plural noun

  • pl ofwoman (before noun) women's group
    grupo (masculine) de mujeres
    women's prison
    cárcel (feminine) de mujeres
    women's refuge o shelter
    casa (feminine) de acogida or refugio (masculine) or hogar (masculine) para mujeres maltratadas
    women's rights women's room (American English)
    baño (masculine) or (Spain) servicios (masculine plural) de damas or señoras
    women's studies
    estudios (masculine plural) de la mujer

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