Definition of Dutchwoman in English:

Dutchwoman

noun

  • A female native or inhabitant of the Netherlands, or a woman of Dutch descent.

    ‘the Dutchwoman said she had reclaimed Holland's national honour’
    • ‘‘They do not seem to know how to behave on holiday,’ one Dutchwoman said.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman made headlines on Sunday when she won a gold, but she faces a challenge from two of her compatriots.’
    • ‘The German strode past on one side to win the race, and the Dutchwoman went past on the other.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman's victory at London 2012 brought her a fourth successive Paralympic singles gold medal.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman spent much of this year riding in the service of her teammates.’
    • ‘When the door was safely shut on the German and the Dutchwoman, he got off the bed and washed away the soap he had rubbed on his eyelids.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman is the only disabled athlete ever to pose nude for ESPN The Magazine's annual Body Issue.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman, the current world champion in road and cyclocross, will enter Wednesday's round of the World Cup as the top favorite once again.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman rode an aggressive race and made the right moves when it mattered.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman won the road race in London in 2012.’
    • ‘The Dutchwoman also had a bogey-free round.’

Pronunciation

Dutchwoman

/ˈdʌtʃwʊmən/