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ladette
American English: /lædˈɛt/
British English: /ladˈɛt/

Translation of ladette in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • And the high profile of ladettes ignores the fact that the majority of women drink alone at home.
    • Says Dr Jackson: ‘Initially the term ladette was associated mainly with post-school-age young women.’
    • Fathers in Islamic countries do not want their dutiful daughters, who marry as virgins, turned into promiscuous, drunken, foul-mouthed, tattooed and pierced ladettes.

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