woman

woman
n.

1) to deliver a woman (of a baby)

2) an attractive, beautiful, pretty; average; fat; grown; handsome; middle-aged; old; short; tall; thin; ugly; wise; young woman

3) a divorced; married; single woman

4) a career; professional; self-made; working woman

5) an anchor woman; businesswoman; newspaperwoman

6) (AE) a cleaning woman (BE has charwoman, char)

7) (BE) a lollipop woman (AE has crossing guard) S. (AE) enlisted women (BE has other ranks)

9) the other woman ('a married man's paramour')

10) (misc.) a woman of letters; a woman of action; a woman of the world; the woman of the year

USAGE NOTE: The terms career woman and working woman are becoming old-fashioned. (see also the Usage Note for girl)
* * *
['wʊmən]
a woman of action
a woman of the world
businesswoman
grown
handsome
middle-aged
newspaperwoman
old
professional
self-made
single woman
thin
ugly
working woman
young woman
the woman of the year (USAGE NOTE: The terms career woman and working woman are becoming old-fashioned. (see also the Usage Note for girl))
(misc.) a woman of letters
(misc.) a woman of letters
a career
a divorced
an anchor woman
an attractive
the other woman ('a married man's paramour')
(BE) a lollipop woman (AE has crossing guard)
(AE) a cleaning woman (BE has charwoman, char)
(AE) enlisted women (BE has other ranks)
to deliver a woman (of a baby)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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