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castrateverb [T]

 us   /ˈkæs·treɪt/
biology to ​remove the ​testicles (= ​organs that ​producesperm) of a ​maleanimal
(Definition of castrate from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “castrate”
in Spanish castrar…
in Vietnamese thiến…
in Malaysian mengembiri…
in Thai ทำหมัน…
in French castrer…
in German kastrieren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阉割,割除(雄性动物或男子的)睾丸…
in Turkish kısırlaştırmak, hadım etmek, iğdiş etmek…
in Russian кастрировать…
in Indonesian mengebiri…
in Chinese (Traditional) 閹割,割除(雄性動物或男子的)睾丸…
in Polish kastrować…
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