The Cambridge Dictionary appears to have followed Merriam-Webster down the rabbit hole into woke oblivion by changing the definition of “Woman” to appease transgender radicals.
Though it remains inconclusive as to when the Cambridge Dictionary made the switch to include transgenderism, the definition for “Woman” now includes the following as a subset of the actual definition: “An adult who lives and identifies as female though they have been said to have a different sex at birth.”
The definition then includes the two following example sentences:
She was the first trans woman elected to national office.
Mary is a woman who was assigned male at birth.
According to the archives dating back to March 2022, the Cambridge Dictionary only featured the normative definition of the word woman to mean “an adult female human being.”
The related words and phrases in the SMART Vocabulary section of the definition included such charged words like gender reassignment and heteronormative.