Definition of trollop in English:

trollop

noun

dated, humorous
  • A sexually disreputable or promiscuous woman.

    • ‘This was the man that thought her to be a flirtatious trollop.’
    • ‘The place resembled more of a fish market than a high class club due to the trollops everywhere.’
    • ‘She applied everything with a sparing touch; she didn't wish to appear a fool, or a trollop.’
    • ‘Ellen had pictured Edward lying in ecstasy with a succession of nameless camp trollops, and part of her had silently screamed in outrage.’
    • ‘Of course, everyone here was content to make up stories about her being some loose living, fast talking city trollop.’

Origin

Early 17th century: perhaps related to trull.

Pronunciation:

trollop

/ˈtrɒləp/