a female break dancer
Journalists sometimes use It-girl to describe a young woman who is well-known because she goes to the most fashionable places and events and knows famous people.
a female baby
In a tennis match, the ball girls pick up any balls that go into the net or off the court and throw them back to the players . In a baseball game, the ball girls are in charge of collecting the balls that are hit out of the field .
an attractive girl employed by the management of a bar to befriend male customers and encourage them to buy drinks
A call girl is a prostitute who makes appointments by telephone.
a girl who attends a boarding school daily, but returns home each evening
A girl band is a band consisting of young women who sing pop music and dance .
A gang is a group of people, especially young people, who go around together and often deliberately cause trouble .
The head girl of a school is a senior female student who often represents the school on public occasions .
a girl or woman who does farm work, esp in wartime
a girl or woman who works in a mill
You can refer to a woman who used to be a pupil at a particular school or university as an old girl .
a young woman who appears in variety shows, nightclub acts, etc, esp as a singer or dancer
a woman who works as a prostitute
In the Roman Catholic church, an altar girl is a girl who helps the priest during Mass.
A barrow girl is a woman or girl who sells fruit or other goods from a barrow in the street .
a night-club hostess whose costume includes a rabbit-like tail and ears
A chorus girl is a young woman who sings or dances as part of a group in a show or film .
A cover girl is an attractive woman whose photograph appears on the front of a magazine.
a characterization of a young woman from the Essex area, supposed as being materialistic and lacking in taste
a girl or woman who sells flowers in the street
a woman who is funny or who is a comedian
a young woman who behaves in an aggressive manner
the ideal fashionable American girl of the late 1890s and early 1900s, as portrayed in the drawings of Charles Dana Gibson, 1867–1944, US illustrator
a female employee who has a wide range of duties, usually including secretarial and clerical work
In Britain, the Guides used to be called the Girl Guides .
an assertiveness and self-confidence shown by girls and young women
In the United States, the Girl Scouts is an organization similar to → Guides .
a woman or girl who is especially popular and successful
An office girl is a young woman, especially one who has just left school, who is employed in an office to do simple tasks .
a girl or woman who is interested in little else besides attending parties
A stable girl is a young woman who works in a stable looking after the horses.
a girl companion to a teddy boy
an affluent young Californian woman, typically considered as being excessively concerned with physical appearance and social status
an outstanding girl or woman
a young unmarried woman, esp one who is self-supporting
You can refer to a woman as a backroom girl when she does important work in an organization and has good ideas but is not seen or known about by the public .
the girl or woman whose birthday is being celebrated
a female employee who works on a supermarket checkout
a girl who goes to or has been to a convent school
a professional female dancer who dances to entertain customers at a club, theatre, etc
the activity of looking at young women to enjoy their attractiveness, perhaps with a view to starting a relationship
a glamorous young woman
one of a team of girls dressed in fancy uniform who perform marching formations
a girl or woman employed as a servant who performs household duties
a young woman or girl with large breasts who wears tight sweaters
a young woman who presents weather forecasts
a girl or woman who works, esp one who supports herself