Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Woman"

The meaning of "Woman" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition - marilyn monroe mean?
A: women who seek to be equal with men = subject
lack = verb
ambition = object
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Q: What does What the fucking woman is (it is good meaning or bad meaning) mean?
A: Depending on the context in which it is used, it can be either good or bad. Normally, its used as an insult. It is also usually worded a bit different in some cases.
Q: What does A woman is like an umpire. She makes snap decisions and never reverses them. mean?
A: LOL this is funny and true. It means a woman is never wrong and never changes her mind after making a decision quickly.
Q: What does The women talked in the living room while the men were otherwise occupied. mean?
A: the women talked in the living room while the men were busy (doing other things)."

to be occupied [with] = to be busy and active
Q: What does "woman's golf" in 39 and "carpet" in 40 mean?
A: I am not sure what women's golf means, maybe the speaker considers it a lesbian activity?

"Carpet munching," "eating carpet," "licking carpet," etc. are slang for when one woman performs oral sex on another woman.

Example sentences using "Woman"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "Female"
can I use "female" instead of "woman" or "girl" when referring to someone? .
A: Female is a very formal term and usually only used in a biological context. It is used if paired with “male”.

If you casually say “she is a female” it may seem a little derogatory or out of place. Thus, it is generally better to say “She is a woman,” or “the crowd was mostly women.”

Only use female in more scientific scenarios, for example, “70% of the survey respondents were female” or “half of the newborn population was male and half was female.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with The woman from whom Jim bought the machine said the machine was very good..
A:

Jim bought the machine from a woman who said that the machine was very good.
Q: Please show me example sentences with empower women.
A: "Feminists think they can empower women."

Notes:
^ "They stood up for what's right, which is* empowering women"
^ "Empowering women has* made a major impact on society".
Q: Please show me example sentences with I saw woman japanese very beautiful. the face and body is of type that I like. but when I saw the smile breaked my vision because the teeth is black of caries. now I understand because she use mask..
A: I saw a very beautiful Japanese woman the the kind of face and body I like. But when she smiled, her teeth shattered my fantasy - they were black with cavities. Now I know why she wore a mask.

Synonyms of "Woman" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The beautiful woman whom you met was single and The beautiful woman who you met was single ?
A: The first one sounds much too formal. Use the second one in regular conversation.
Q: What is the difference between She is a woman who lost her husband in a war. and She is a woman whose husband was killed in a war. ?
A: In my opinion the first one is more natural/common. As @bubb said it is less harsh, and we usually talk about these things in a softer way. It's considered more sensitive.
Q: What is the difference between That woman is Maria that I want to see. and The woman that I want to see is Maria. ?
A: The first sentence isn't grammatically correct, it would be: The woman, whose name is Maria, I want to see. With that said, if you want to sound more like a native, I would go with the second one: "The woman that I want to see is Maria.". If you can leave unnecessary information out, then please do: I want to see Maria.
Q: What is the difference between what the woman said  "I have a big lawn" and what the man said  "I have a big loan" ?
A: She: "I have a big lawn"
He: "I have a big loan"

Lawn = grass(usually in front/back of house)
Loan = borrowed money
Q: What is the difference between what the woman said ーHe's a bald man and what the man saidーHe's a bold man. ?
A: Woman: He's a bald man.
Man: He's a bold man.

Translations of "Woman"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does the woman say?

A: The woman speaking has a British accent, which doesn't usually have hard "T" s like in American English. So speaking quickly without the hard "T" sound makes it sound more like "inssun."

Also when you say it quickly the word is hard to fully pronounce so it ends up sounding a bit like a lisp or slurred. ^^
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is it normal to write “many women want to marry a rich man or popular star, however, in reality, most of them do not end up with a happy ending, due to the fact that there is no love, which cannot be bought, between them.”
A: Yes! That sounds very natural, but you might want to put a ‘.’ in that sentence to make it flow better.
“... do not end up with a happy ending. Due to the...”
“... cannot be bought between them.” (Don’t need to use the ‘,’)
Very accurate sentence! 👍🏼
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Two woman are withdrawing money from the ATM machines.
A: Replace woman with women because it’s more than one
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Imagine there is a woman with natural blond hair. If I say "She is wearing blond hair," is that correct? I wonder whether "wear" works in this context.
A: You would say that “She has blond hair”. As for when you should use the term “wear”, it is usually only for clothes/when items are on ones body.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? woman
A: "Wimen"

Other questions about "Woman"

Q: "At first, women might be attracted to you because of how you look or how much money you have. But after a long time they would realize that they are attracted to you not because of those things but because of your character." does this sound natural?
A: "At first, women might be attracted to you because of how you look or how much money you have. But after some time, they would realize that they aren't attracted to you because of those things but because of your character (personality)."
{you can it like this too.}
Q: Currently, women have far less opportunities to get promoted and to obtain high salaries.
What do you think is the main course of this problem?
In my opinion, the biggest reason is that many women choose to quit their jobs when they get married or have babies.
Because of this, companies prefer to employ men and leave important jobs to them.
Therefore, to solve this problem, what is necessary is support women so that they can continue to work all their life.
I came up two ideas. does this sound natural?
A: Also, "What is necessary is" sounds a bit odd outside of conversational English. (I think it's the double "is" but I'm not sure) "It is necessary" is a very common phrase for formal writing. (Please don't ask me what "it" refers to in this phrase :) )

And "All" / "Throughout" is also a casual / formal pair (when you are referring to a period of time) (e.g "throughout the quarter" or "throughout this phase of the project")
Q: which one correct and why?
.... many women her age, she struggled to find a balance between her career and her children.
a)like
b)such as
A: This might be a confusing response, but I'm going to try.
If you were to start the sentence with, "She struggled to find a balance between her career and her children," and attached, ".... many women her age." to the end -- they only answer that works is A.
The reason when B doesn't work is because if you were to end that sentence with, "such as many women her age.", it makes no sense. Her children are not women who are the same age as her, therefore you can't use "such as".
To say "like" is to say that she's not the only one struggling to find balance, many other women her age also struggle just like she does!
Q: Please show me how to pronounce What is wrong with the other women?.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me how to pronounce A woman on social media complained with a similar story..
A: Check the question to view the answer

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