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sperm

noun /spːm/ (sperms)
(biology ) the fluid in a male animal etc that fertilizes the female egg
esperma
He has a low sperm count.
(biology) one of the fertilizing cells in this fluid.
esperma
spermatozoon noun ( plural spermatozoa) (biology) a sperm
Espermatozoide
A spermatozoon must undergo a series of physiological changes before it can hope to fertilize an egg.
Translations of “sperm”
in Korean 정자…
in Arabic حَيوان مَنوي…
in French sperme…
in Italian sperma, spermatozoo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精子, 精液…
in Russian сперматозоид…
in Turkish meni, sperm…
in Polish plemnik…
in Portuguese espermatozoide…
in German das Sperma…
in Catalan esperma…
in Japanese 精子…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精子, 精液…
(Definition of sperm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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