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 Übersetzung für 'women' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a woman | women
women's {adj} [attr.]Frauen- [für od. von Frauen]
10
Substantive
womenFrauen {pl}
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WomenDamentoilette {f} [Türaufschrift]
47
women
40
Weiber {pl} [veraltet für Frauen] [heute ugs.] [heute leicht pej.]
cloth.hist.
pouch [women's handbag]
Ridikül {m} {n}
13
cloth.
Judy [coll.] [dress form for women's clothing]
Schneiderpuppe {f} für Damen [auch Schneiderbüste]
womenWeibsen {pl} [ugs.] [hum.]
2 Wörter: Andere
among women {adv}unter Frauen
anti-women {adj}frauenfeindlich
pro-women {adj}frauenfreundlich
six-women {adj} [attr.] [also: six-woman]sechsköpfig [Frauengruppe]
Women drivers.Frauen am Steuer.
women-friendly {adj}frauenfreundlich
women-only {adj} [attr.] [e.g. a women-only facility] nur für Frauen [nachgestellt] [z. B. eine Einrichtung nur für Frauen]
women-political {adj}frauenpolitisch
women-specific {adj}frauenspezifisch
women's history {adj}frauengeschichtlich
2 Wörter: Verben
to chase womenFrauen nachstellen
2 Wörter: Substantive
cloth.
(women's) suits
Kostüme {pl} [Damenkostüme]
African womenAfrikanerinnen {pl}
American womenAmerikanerinnen {pl}
Asian womenAsiatinnen {pl}
ethn.
Australian women
Australierinnen {pl}
ethn.
Berber women
Berberfrauen {pl}
business womenGeschäftsfrauen {pl}
career womenKarrierefrauen {pl}
career womenKarierrefrauen {pl}
relig.
Christian women
Christinnen {pl}
circumcised womenbeschnittene Frauen {pl}
cleaning womenAufwartefrauen {pl}
comfort women [euphem.] [forced prostitutes]Trostfrauen {pl} [euphem.] [Zwangsprostituierte]
employed womenberufstätige Frauen {pl}
European womenEuropäerinnen {pl}
foolish womenTörinnen {pl}
ethn.
Greek women
Griechinnen {pl}
immigrant womenEinwanderinnen {pl}
hist.
imperial women
Kaiserfrauen {pl}
ethn.
Irish women
Irinnen {pl}
ethn.
Italian women
Italienerinnen {pl}
comm.jobs
market women
Marktfrauen {pl}
married womenEhefrauen {pl}
migrant womenMigrantinnen {pl}
office womenBürofrauen {pl}
Parisian womenPariserinnen {pl}
peasant womenBäuerinnen {pl}
peasant womenBauersfrauen {pl}
peasant womenBauernweiber {pl} [veraltet] [Bauernfrauen]
peon womenTagelöhnerinnen {pl}
postmenopausal womenpostmenopausale Frauen {pl}
med.
postpartum women
Wöchnerinnen {pl}
pregnant womenSchwangere {pl}
med.
puerperant women
Wöchnerinnen {pl}
Roma womenRoma {pl} [Frauen]
Roman womenRömerinnen {pl}
hist.
rubble women
Trümmerfrauen {pl}
rural womenLandfrauen {pl}
sociol.
rural women
Frauen {pl} auf dem Land
stylish womengestylte Frauen {pl}
ethn.
Swiss women
Schweizerinnen {pl}
ethn.
tribal women
Stammesfrauen {pl}
Turkish womenTürkinnen {pl}
sociol.
urban women
Stadtfrauen {pl}
art
women artists
Künstlerinnen {pl}
women candidatesweibliche Kandidaten {pl}
women colleaguesArbeitskolleginnen {pl}
mus.
women composers
Komponistinnen {pl}
mus.
women composers
weibliche Komponisten {pl}
women folkWeibervolk {n} [veraltend, meist pej.]
women folksWeibervölker {pl}
women folksWeibsbilder {pl} [ugs.] [heute oft pej.]
sports
women footballers [Br.]
Fußballerinnen {pl}
sports
women footballers [Br.]
Frauenfußballer {pl} [Jargon]
women friendsFreundinnen {pl}
women helpersHelferinnen {pl}
women migrantsMigrantinnen {pl}
women powerFrauenpower {f}
relig.
women priests
Priesterinnen {pl}
relig.
women rabbis
Rabbinerinnen {pl}
acad.
women scientists
Naturwissenschaftlerinnen {pl}
women trafficking [common but non-native English] [preferred: trafficking in women]Frauenhandel {m}
jobs
women weavers
Weberinnen {pl}
jobs
women workers
Arbeiterinnen {pl}
jobs
women workers
Arbeitnehmerinnen {pl}
jobs
women workers
weibliche Arbeitskräfte {pl}
cloth.comm.
women's apparel
Damenbekleidung {f}
women's associationFrauenbund {m}
women's associationFrauenverein {m}
women's associationFrauenverband {m}
sports
women's basketball
Frauenbasketball {m} [auch Frauen-Basketball]
hist.
women's battalion
Frauenbataillon {n}
bike
women's bike [coll.]
Damenrad {n}
bike
women's bike [coll.]
Damenfahrrad {n}
women's bookshopFrauenbuchladen {m}
sports
women's boxing
Frauenboxen {n}
sports
women's boxing
Frauenboxsport {m}
law
women's cell [in prison]
Frauenzelle {f} [im Gefängnis]
women's centre [Br.]Frauenhaus {n}
hist.
women's chamber
Kemenate {f}
hist.
women's chambers
Kemenate {f}
games
women's chess
Damenschach {n}
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Übersetzung für 'women' von Englisch nach Deutsch

women's {adj} [attr.]
Frauen- [für od. von Frauen]

women
Frauen {pl}

Weiber {pl} [veraltet für Frauen] [heute ugs.] [heute leicht pej.]

Weibsen {pl} [ugs.] [hum.]
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Women
Damentoilette {f} [Türaufschrift]
pouch [women's handbag]
Ridikül {m} {n}cloth.hist.
Judy [coll.] [dress form for women's clothing]
Schneiderpuppe {f} für Damen [auch Schneiderbüste]cloth.

among women {adv}
unter Frauen
anti-women {adj}
frauenfeindlich
pro-women {adj}
frauenfreundlich
six-women {adj} [attr.] [also: six-woman]
sechsköpfig [Frauengruppe]
Women drivers.
Frauen am Steuer.
women-friendly {adj}
frauenfreundlich
women-only {adj} [attr.] [e.g. a women-only facility]
nur für Frauen [nachgestellt] [z. B. eine Einrichtung nur für Frauen]
women-political {adj}
frauenpolitisch
women-specific {adj}
frauenspezifisch
women's history {adj}
frauengeschichtlich

to chase women
Frauen nachstellen

(women's) suits
Kostüme {pl} [Damenkostüme]cloth.
African women
Afrikanerinnen {pl}
American women
Amerikanerinnen {pl}
Asian women
Asiatinnen {pl}
Australian women
Australierinnen {pl}ethn.
Berber women
Berberfrauen {pl}ethn.
business women
Geschäftsfrauen {pl}
career women
Karrierefrauen {pl}

Karierrefrauen {pl}
Christian women
Christinnen {pl}relig.
circumcised women
beschnittene Frauen {pl}
cleaning women
Aufwartefrauen {pl}
comfort women [euphem.] [forced prostitutes]
Trostfrauen {pl} [euphem.] [Zwangsprostituierte]
employed women
berufstätige Frauen {pl}
European women
Europäerinnen {pl}
foolish women
Törinnen {pl}
Greek women
Griechinnen {pl}ethn.
immigrant women
Einwanderinnen {pl}
imperial women
Kaiserfrauen {pl}hist.
Irish women
Irinnen {pl}ethn.
Italian women
Italienerinnen {pl}ethn.
market women
Marktfrauen {pl}comm.jobs
married women
Ehefrauen {pl}
migrant women
Migrantinnen {pl}
office women
Bürofrauen {pl}
Parisian women
Pariserinnen {pl}
peasant women
Bäuerinnen {pl}

Bauersfrauen {pl}

Bauernweiber {pl} [veraltet] [Bauernfrauen]
peon women
Tagelöhnerinnen {pl}
postmenopausal women
postmenopausale Frauen {pl}
postpartum women
Wöchnerinnen {pl}med.
pregnant women
Schwangere {pl}
puerperant women
Wöchnerinnen {pl}med.
Roma women
Roma {pl} [Frauen]
Roman women
Römerinnen {pl}
rubble women
Trümmerfrauen {pl}hist.
rural women
Landfrauen {pl}

Frauen {pl} auf dem Landsociol.
stylish women
gestylte Frauen {pl}
Swiss women
Schweizerinnen {pl}ethn.
tribal women
Stammesfrauen {pl}ethn.
Turkish women
Türkinnen {pl}
urban women
Stadtfrauen {pl}sociol.
women artists
Künstlerinnen {pl}art
women candidates
weibliche Kandidaten {pl}
women colleagues
Arbeitskolleginnen {pl}
women composers
Komponistinnen {pl}mus.

weibliche Komponisten {pl}mus.
women folk
Weibervolk {n} [veraltend, meist pej.]
women folks
Weibervölker {pl}

Weibsbilder {pl} [ugs.] [heute oft pej.]
women footballers [Br.]
Fußballerinnen {pl}sports

Frauenfußballer {pl} [Jargon]sports
women friends
Freundinnen {pl}
women helpers
Helferinnen {pl}
women migrants
Migrantinnen {pl}
women power
Frauenpower {f}
women priests
Priesterinnen {pl}relig.
women rabbis
Rabbinerinnen {pl}relig.
women scientists
Naturwissenschaftlerinnen {pl}acad.
women trafficking [common but non-native English] [preferred: trafficking in women]
Frauenhandel {m}
women weavers
Weberinnen {pl}jobs
women workers
Arbeiterinnen {pl}jobs

Arbeitnehmerinnen {pl}jobs

weibliche Arbeitskräfte {pl}jobs
women's apparel
Damenbekleidung {f}cloth.comm.
women's association
Frauenbund {m}

Frauenverein {m}

Frauenverband {m}
women's basketball
Frauenbasketball {m} [auch Frauen-Basketball]sports
women's battalion
Frauenbataillon {n}hist.
women's bike [coll.]
Damenrad {n}bike

Damenfahrrad {n}bike
women's bookshop
Frauenbuchladen {m}
women's boxing
Frauenboxen {n}sports

Frauenboxsport {m}sports
women's cell [in prison]
Frauenzelle {f} [im Gefängnis]law
women's centre [Br.]
Frauenhaus {n}
women's chamber
Kemenate {f}hist.
women's chambers
Kemenate {f}hist.
women's chess
Damenschach {n}games
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • After retiring as a player, Primo became the head coach of the senior Italian women's national team, participating at the EuroBasket Women 1960, the EuroBasket Women 1962, the 1967 FIBA World Championship for Women, and the EuroBasket Women 1968.
  • Women's cricket has been played internationally since the inaugural women's Test match between England women and Australia women in December 1934.
  • She competed at the 2022 Winter Olympics in women's mass start, women's relay, women's pursuit, women's individual, and women's sprint.
  • Two terms are used in relation to the subject: women-writing and women's writing.
  • Many women wanted to play an active role in the war, and hundreds of voluntary women's auxiliary and paramilitary organisations had been formed by 1940.

  • Written generally in ghazal form, it uses women's special idioms, mannerism and accents. Their topics include women-women and women-men affairs and also women's sensual desires and sexual urges.
  • She made her Women's Twenty20 International cricket (WT20I) debut for Australia Women against England Women on 23 March 2018 in the 2017–18 India women's Tri-Nation Series.
  • Whitehill was a co-founder of the Dallas Women's Coalition, Women's Issues Network, Dallas Women's Foundation, Women's Southwest Federal Credit Union, Dallas Women's Political Caucus, Veteran Feminist of America (Dallas) and the Women's Equality Action League.
  • The ground held a single Women's One Day International during the 2005 Women's European Championship when Ireland women played the Netherlands women.
  • The ground has also held 3 Women's One Day Internationals, the first of which came in 1990 when England women played Denmark women.

  • During the 1993 Women's Cricket World Cup, the ground held a single Women's One Day International between Ireland women and Australia women.
  • The ground hosted a single Women's One Day International in the 1993 Women's Cricket World Cup when Australia women played Denmark women.
  • The ground held its first Women's One Day International in the 1973 Women's Cricket World Cup between International XI women and Jamaica women.
  • In 1986 the club hosted the first Women's Test between England women and India women.
  • Pound Lane has also been a venue for a Women's One Day International between Ireland women and Netherlands women in the 1993 Women's Cricket World Cup.

  • Wilton Park has also been a venue for Women's One Day International's. The first Women's ODI saw India women play Netherlands women in the 1993 Women's Cricket World Cup.
  • According to one study, women often target other women, whereas men primarily stalk women.
  • Campbell Park has held 2 Women's One Day Internationals; the first was between England women and South Africa women in 1997 and the second between India women and Ireland women in 1999.
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