Translation of Everywoman in Spanish:


mujer de a pie, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛvriˌwʊmən/ /ˈɛvrɪwʊmən/


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    mujer de a pie feminine
    mujer cualquiera feminine
    • Elizabeth, who laughingly calls herself the ‘un-Barbie,’ can and probably will be portrayed as a modern-day everywoman.
    • In one work arranged in three registers, 23 small photos of the artist in front of a plain backdrop plot Sherman's metamorphosis from dour everywoman to glamorous, heavily made-up party girl.
    • This is much more sophisticated than your average slacker comedy, as it features, for a change, a female protagonist, the ambiguously named everywoman, She.
    • She said her main characters, a zoo-keeper and a clothes maker, represented the urban everywoman rather than the artsy vanguard stereotypically associated with gay lifestyles.
    • As in a good Hitchcock movie, Joanna is our everywoman in a small, safe town.
    • They want to see their saintly everywoman enjoying a chat with a girlfriend, since they derive pleasure from their interactions on the mailing list.
    • Lisa is an omnipotent everywoman who handles each challenge with aplomb, spirit, and bouts of tearful anger.
    • She assembles familiar ingredients in a way that satisfies the everywoman while dispiriting the adventurous.
    • She's an everywoman with her insecurities and self discoveries she makes to empower herself.
    • Lady Liberty, by contrast, is a mythic female approximating a goddess - at one and the same time everywoman and no woman - who has come to embody cardinal virtues of the state.
    • But just as it may have to shift its ground, there's a feeling that perhaps she has to look for a more singular, less chameleon-like direction rather than the everywoman she's so good at.
    • Like Heidegger's archetype of the human as a being who simply ‘exists,’ with no direction or motivation, Malick's American everymen and everywomen drift from scene to scene, through non-linear plots and rich landscapes.