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rectumnoun [C]

us   /ˈrek·təm/
the lowest end of the bowels, through which excrement passes as it leaves the body
rectal
adjective [not gradable] us   /ˈrek·təl/
She took the baby’s temperature with a rectal thermometer.
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Translations of “rectum”
in Korean 직장…
in Arabic مُستَقيم…
in Malaysian rektum, dubur…
in French rectum…
in Russian прямая кишка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 直腸…
in Italian retto…
in Turkish kalın bağırsak, vücudun boşaltım sistemi…
in Polish odbytnica…
in Spanish recto…
in Vietnamese trực tràng…
in Portuguese reto…
in Thai ช่องทวารหนัก…
in German der Mastdarm…
in Catalan recte…
in Japanese 直腸…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直肠…
in Indonesian usus besar…
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