drag queen


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drag queen

n. Slang
A man, especially a performer, who dresses as a woman.

drag queen

n
1. (Professions) a male who dresses as a woman and impersonates female characteristics for public entertainment
2. slang a male transvestite

drag′ queen`


n.
Slang. a male transvestite.
[1940–45]
Translations
Drag QueenTunte
drag queen
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