From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsheshe1 /ʃi; strong ʃiː/ ●●●S1W1 pronoun [used as the subject of a verb]1WOMANused to refer to a woman, girl, or femaleanimal that has already been mentioned or is already known aboutYou could always ask Beth – she’s got plenty of money.I saw you talking to that girl. Who is she?What did she say when you told her?2TTW old-fashioned used to refer to a country, ship, or vehicle that has already been mentionedShe was carrying over 1,500 passengers.
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she• You'd betterask Amy - she knows how to use the copier.• She's a good, reliable little car.• What did shetell you to do?sheshe2 /ʃiː/ noun [singular] informalWOMANa femaleWhat a cute puppy! Is it a he or a she?she-she- /ʃiː/ prefixWOMANfemalea she-goata she-devil (=evil woman)