markswoman

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marks·wom·an

 (märks′wo͝om′ən)
n.
A woman skilled in shooting at a target.

marks•wom•an

(ˈmɑrksˌwʊm ən)

n., pl. -wom•en.
a woman skilled in shooting at an object or target.
[1795–1805]
usage: See -woman.
Translations

markswoman

[ˈmɑːksˌwʊmən] N (markswomen (pl)) → tiradora f

markswoman

n pl <-women> → Schützin f; (police etc) → Scharfschützin f
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Donna enjoyed swimming, bowling, and was an accomplished archer and markswomen.
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Swede Nathalie Larsson, Slovakian Danka Bartekova and Cypriot Andri Eleftheriou were the leading markswomen as the Wales 2000 Club shooter was left to contemplate what might have been.
Stacy Cook (2), Julie Fleeting, Leanne Smith, Cecilia Jones and Kirsty Marr were the markswomen.
Security Halton, BT 2pm With 44 goals scored so far and three of the FAWSL's leading markswomen in their squad, Liverpool have displayed brilliance on the field and have already been rewarded with a place in the UEFA Women's Champions League.