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Spanish translation of “sex”

sex

noun /seks/
either of the two classes (male and female) into which human beings and animals are divided according to the part they play in producing children or young
sexo
Jeans are worn by people of both sexes What sex is the puppy?
the fact of belonging to either of these two groups
sexo
discrimination on the grounds of sex (also adjective) sex discrimination.
sexism noun the unfair treatment of people, especially women, because of their gender
Sexismo
Sexism is still prevalent in many work environments.
sexist adjective showing contempt for the other sex
sexista
a very sexist remark.
sexless adjective neither male nor female.
asexual, asexuado
sexual /ˈsekʃuəl/ adjective concerned with the production of young or children
sexual
the sexual organs.
sexuality /ˌseksjuˈæliti; American ˌsekʃuˈælitiː/ noun sexual activities, thoughts, and feelings
Sexualidad
male/female sexuality.
sexually adverb
sexualmente
sexy adjective (comparative sexier, superlative sexiest) having sex appeal
seductor
a sexy girl.
sex appeal noun the quality of being attractive to people of the other sex
atractivo sexual, sex-appeal
That actress has sex appeal.
sexual abuse noun taking advantage of someone sexually in a cruel way.
abuso sexual
sexual harassment noun touching someone or demanding to have sex with a person against her/his will, or making sexual remarks about a person
acoso sexual
He was charged with sexual harassment.
sexual intercourse noun the sexual activity between a man and woman that is necessary for the producing of children.
relaciones sexuales
sexual reproduction noun (biology) the production of new living organisms by the union of male and female gametes to form a zygote
Reprodución Sexual
the mechanisms of sexual reproduction in animals.
(Definition of sex from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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