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genitals

noun [plural] uk   /ˈdʒen.ɪ.təlz/ us    /-t̬əlz/ ( specialized genitalia)
genital
adjective uk   us  
the genital area/organs
Translations of “genitals”
in Korean 생식기…
in Arabic الأعضاء الجِنسِيّة…
in Portuguese genitália…
in Catalan genitals…
in Japanese 性器, 生殖器…
in Italian genitali…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外生殖器(尤指陰莖或外陰)…
in Russian гениталии, половые органы…
in Turkish cinsel organlar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外生殖器(尤指阴茎或外阴)…
in Polish genitalia…
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