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Meaning of “sexually” in the English Dictionary

"sexually" in British English

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sexuallyadverb

uk   us   /ˈsek.sjʊə.li/
  • sexually adverb (SEX)

to do with ​sexualactivity: She's ​fun to be with, but I don't ​find her sexually attractive (= do not ​want to have ​sex with her).

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  • sexually adverb (MALE/FEMALE)

to do with being ​male or ​female: sexually ​stereotypedbehaviour (= ​behaviour which is ​considered to be ​typical of a ​male or a ​female)
(Definition of sexually from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"sexually" in American English

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sexuallyadverb

 us   /ˈsek·ʃu·ə·li/
in a way that ​relates to the ​activity of ​sex: The ​researchfocused on sexually ​maturebirds. Three women in the ​neighborhood were sexually ​assaulted.
(Definition of sexually from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sexually”
in Arabic جِنسِيّا…
in Korean 성적으로…
in Portuguese sexualmente…
in Catalan sexualment…
in Japanese 性的に, セックスによって…
in Chinese (Simplified) 性, 性欲地…
in Turkish cinsel yönden/olarak…
in Russian половым путем…
in Chinese (Traditional) 性, 性慾地,在性方面…
in Italian sessualmente…
in Polish seksualnie, płciowo…
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