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spermnoun [C/U]

us   /spɜrm/ plural sperm
biology a cell produced by a male animal for the purpose of reproducing
biology Sperm is also semen (= liquid containing the cells of male animals for reproducing).
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Translations of “sperm”
in Korean 정자…
in Arabic حَيوان مَنوي…
in Malaysian sperma…
in French sperme…
in Russian сперматозоид…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精子, 精液…
in Italian sperma, spermatozoo…
in Turkish meni, sperm…
in Polish plemnik…
in Spanish esperma…
in Vietnamese chất dịch chứa tinh trùng, tinh dịch…
in Portuguese espermatozoide…
in Thai เชื้ออสุจิ, ตัวอสุจิ…
in German das Sperma…
in Catalan esperma…
in Japanese 精子…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精子, 精液…
in Indonesian sperma…
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