Are these correct?
"We use the plurals men and women to modify plural nouns when they have a
‘subject’ meaning; man and woman are used to express an 'object' meaning.
- men drivers (= men who drive)
women pilots (= women who fly planes)
- man-eaters (= lions, tigers or other animals that eat people)
woman-haters (= people who hate women)"
For singular: how do you use? is it only male and female? Would man and woman work too?
men drivers> a male driver, a man driver
women pilots> a female pilot, a woman pilot