English version

one-woman

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishone-womanˈone-woman adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š ALONEperformed, operated, controlled etc by only one woman πŸ”Š a one-woman show
Examples from the Corpus
one-womanβ€’ She is exciting a lot of comment with a one-woman exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.β€’ Moving in, she was a one-woman gang whose contributions went well beyond the maternal.β€’ FOR the time being Clint is a one-woman man.β€’ The original one-woman play, which starred! bold!β€’ Yoko Ono's one-woman show at the Indica Gallery received a plug.β€’ She also appeared in her own one-woman show in Yiddish, Hello, Molly!β€’ I had wanted to write a one-woman show.one-woman showβ€’ And there's the one-woman show.β€’ I had wanted to write a one-woman show.β€’ She's had the self-same panic attack before starting a one-woman show.β€’ Yoko Ono's one-woman show at the Indica Gallery received a plug.β€’ She also appeared in her own one-woman show in Yiddish, Hello, Molly!β€’ He died on the opening night of my one-woman show Re:Joyce.
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