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  • noun Plural form of businesswoman.

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Examples

  • "We work harder than those so-called businesswomen!"

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  • "We work harder than those so-called businesswomen!"

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  • She is pandering to the ladies by announcing she is a successful business 'businesswomen' instead of a business person.

    Sound Politics: Re: Seattle Times Endorses Reichert

  • I just think that rather than starting groups to, say, catalogue the way there aren't enough women in a certain field, we should be looking at where we can have an immediate, positive impact: by admitting that the situation is tough for women whether we're Fortune 500 businesswomen, stay-at-home moms, or single gals just trying to make our rent.

    Anna David: I'm Part of the Problem

  • Some of the City's most successful businesswomen went to all-girls' schools.

    Single-sex schools are more likely to produce high-flying career girls

  • I bump into an eastern European businesswomen I know whose conversational strategy consists of staring at you a bit awkwardly until a chance to mention her product arises.

    February « 2010 « Squares of Wheat

  • I bump into an eastern European businesswomen I know whose conversational strategy consists of staring at you a bit awkwardly until a chance to mention her product arises.

    Ghosts in the media art machine « Squares of Wheat

  • I just think that rather than starting groups to, say, catalogue the way there aren't enough women in a certain field, we should be looking at where we can have an immediate, positive impact: by admitting that the situation is tough for women whether we're Fortune 500 businesswomen, stay-at-home moms, or single gals just trying to make our rent.

    Anna David: I'm Part of the Problem

  • To achieve this, we're going to partner with other companies, governments and civil society organizations to bring all of our skills and resources to bear to help break down the barriers that small businesswomen face.

    Muhtar Kent: This Century Goes to the Women

  • To achieve this, we're going to partner with other companies, governments and civil society organizations to bring all of our skills and resources to bear to help break down the barriers that small businesswomen face.

    Muhtar Kent: This Century Goes to the Women

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