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Translation of "ovary" - English-Turkish dictionary

ovary

noun [C]     /ˈəʊvəri/
the part of a woman or female animal that produces eggs, or the part of a plant that produces seeds yumurtalık Sexual and reproductive organs
ovarian     /əʊˈveəriən/ adjective [always before noun]
relating to the ovaries yumurtalıkla ilgili ovarian cancerSexual and reproductive organs
Translations of “ovary”
in Arabic مِبيَض…
in Korean 난소…
in Malaysian ovari…
in French ovaire…
in Italian ovaia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (女性或雌性動物的)卵巢, (雌性植物的)子房…
in Russian яичник…
in Polish jajnik…
in Vietnamese buồng trứng…
in Spanish ovario…
in Portuguese ovário…
in Thai รังไข่ของสตรี…
in German der Eierstock…
in Catalan ovari…
in Japanese 卵巣…
in Indonesian indung telur…
in Chinese (Simplified) (女性或雌性动物的)卵巢, (雌性植物的)子房…
(Definition of ovary from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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