Meaning of spokeswoman in English:

spokeswoman

Pronunciation /ˈspəʊksˌwʊmən/

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nounplural noun spokeswomen

  • A woman who makes statements on behalf of a group or individual.

    ‘a spokeswoman for the agency said it would not be investigating the case’
    • ‘"The highest level of giver interest is in education," said a spokeswoman.’
    • ‘The guidelines are "very stringent" said a spokeswoman for the organization.’
    • ‘The spokeswoman did not give details beyond the early 2004 launch date.’
    • ‘She was a spokeswoman for African-American women and a political activist.’
    • ‘A spokeswoman for the agency said the boarding was a "police matter".’
    • ‘"The Assembly will also be reviewing the cost of the Bee Inspectorate," said a spokeswoman.’
    • ‘A spokeswoman suggested that councils would have to apply for a ban on individual crops.’
    • ‘He fell from a horse while training for his role, breaking several ribs, according to a spokeswoman for the veteran actor.’
    • ‘A spokeswoman for the company said there was little hesitation in accepting this latest project.’
    • ‘A spokeswoman said every government had the right to accept or refuse food aid, "but such a decision will complicate the work of the World Food Programme, which may not be able to respond to all those in need of food".’
    • ‘A spokeswoman confirmed that he would also direct the film.’
    • ‘Commenting on the number one moment, a spokeswoman said that it was 'nice to see an iconic figure can stand the test of time'.’

Origin

Mid 17th century from spoke + woman, after spokesman.