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The woman is hungry is the right answer because you can't translate a sentence literally, you have to translate it as you would say it in your own language. It's the same with spanish. In spanish you literally say "The woman has hunger" but in english you would say "The woman is hungry" and it would be the same.
AVNSIVA As mentioned elsewhere on the board "Hunger" in both German and English is a noun, and "hungry" is not. German, Dutch, French, Spanish, and possibly more languages use the noun "hunger", while English does not. The expression in English is "He/She is hungry", while the expression in the other languages is "He/She has hunger". And so it goes.