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pro-life

adjective uk   /ˌprəʊˈlaɪf/  us   /ˌproʊ-/
opposed to the belief that a pregnant woman should have the freedom to choose an abortion (= the intentional ending of pregnancy) if she does not want to have a baby
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in Chinese (Traditional) 反對人工流產的,反墮胎的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反对人工流产的,反堕胎的…
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