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Her father is a retired banker and her mother a successful businesswoman. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was a successful businesswoman. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was playing the tough businesswoman but it was a thin veneer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Paltrow plays a businesswoman infected by a deadly virus sweeping the globe. The Sun (2011)This is where another highly successful businesswoman with a love of property refurbishment is selling her home. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Then they sell to a local businesswoman. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you had not become a successful businesswoman, what would you be doing now? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Forget being a successful businesswoman, just get a good husband! Times, Sunday Times (2012)Beautiful and brilliant, a hugely successful businesswoman and a domestic goddess. The Sun (2016)I want her to be a successful, sassy businesswoman. The Sun (2010)She looks what she is - a businesswoman, a wealthy philanthropist and a grandmother. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One local businesswoman said: 'She was well known in the area. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In her few public appearances she resembles a well-heeled rancher's wife more than a fabulously wealthy businesswoman. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He sees a big change in you - you were once a lowly hairdresser but you're now a top businesswoman. The Sun (2008)And I respect her hugely for being such a strong, successful businesswoman. The Sun (2013)
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British English: businesswoman /ˈbɪznɪsˌwʊmən/ NOUN
A businesswoman is a woman who works in business.
...a successful businesswoman who runs her own cosmetics company.
- American English: businesswoman
- Arabic: سَيِّدَة الأَعْمال
- Brazilian Portuguese: mulher de negócios
- Chinese: 女商人
- Croatian: poslovna žena
- Czech: obchodnice
- Danish: forretningskvinde
- Dutch: zakenvrouw
- European Spanish: empresaria
- Finnish: liikenainen
- French: femme d’affaires
- German: Geschäftsfrau
- Greek: επιχειρηματίας
- Italian: donna d’affari
- Japanese: ビジネスウーマン
- Korean: 여성 사업가
- Norwegian: forretningskvinne
- Polish: biznesmenka
- European Portuguese: mulher de negócios
- Romanian: femeie de afaceri
- Russian: деловая женщина
- Spanish: empresaria
- Swedish: affärskvinna
- Thai: นักธุรกิจหญิง
- Turkish: iş kadını
- Ukrainian: ділова жінка
- Vietnamese: nữ doanh nhân
Definition of businesswoman from the Collins English Dictionary
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