Definition of 'spokeswoman'
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His spokeswoman declined to comment last night. The Sun (2014)Last night a court spokeswoman confirmed the pair will now return next week. The Sun (2008)But a spokeswoman last night insisted no one except the charity is profiting from the album. The Sun (2007)The spokeswoman added that postmortem examinations on the couple were due to be carried out tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But a spokeswoman confirmed that no groups had yet made an approach. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But a spokeswoman has previously insisted that he would continue to repeat the statistic and run the advertisement. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The spokeswoman added that it should be clear to all visitors that under no circumstances could people write on the artwork. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Her spokeswoman also declined to comment. The Sun (2014)An Apprentice spokeswoman last night declined to comment. The Sun (2014)Formal identification has yet to take place and a Surrey police spokeswoman refused to confirm his identity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)An Apprentice spokeswoman declined to comment last night. The Sun (2014)A company spokeswoman said that she did not know his future plans. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A spokeswoman insisted the system could cope. The Sun (2007)A royal spokeswoman confirmed that the ban was still in place. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A spokeswoman insisted it was not caused by ash and the plane was in no danger. The Sun (2010)A school spokeswoman declined to comment on the robbery yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A show spokeswoman insisted that the offending gnome be ejected. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A spokeswoman for the company said that the ticket was for a front-row seat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A spokeswoman for the company in Edinburgh declined to comment. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A spokeswoman added that the system had been replaced with one that took 90 seconds online. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A Gap spokeswoman said the company would not comment on rumour. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A Broadmoor spokeswoman confirmed that a knife had gone missing. The Sun (2010)A company spokeswoman said that because of school holidays and a convention it was the only alternative and you did accept the change. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His official spokeswoman said that Downing Street would consider its findings carefully. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The spokeswoman added: 'We are deeply saddened by his death. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'spokeswoman'
British English: spokeswoman /ˈspəʊksˌwʊmən/ NOUN
A spokeswoman is a female spokesperson.
A United Nations spokeswoman said the request would be considered.
- American English: spokeswoman
- Arabic: ...مُتَحدِّثَةٌ بِاسْمِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: porta-voz
- Chinese: 女发言人
- Croatian: glasnogovornica
- Czech: mluvčí
- Danish: talskvinde
- Dutch: woordvoerster
- European Spanish: portavoz mujer
- Finnish: edustaja
- French: porte-parole
- German: Sprecherin
- Greek: εκπρόσωπος τύπου γυναίκα
- Italian: portavoce
- Japanese: スポークスウーマン
- Korean: 여지 대변인
- Norwegian: talskvinne
- Polish: rzeczniczka
- European Portuguese: porta-voz
- Romanian: purtătoare de cuvânt
- Russian: представительница
- Spanish: portavoz
- Swedish: kvinnlig talesman
- Thai: โฆษกหญิง
- Turkish: sözcü kadın
- Ukrainian: представниця
- Vietnamese: người phát ngôn nữ
Definition of spokeswoman from the Collins English Dictionary
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