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menstruate

verb [I]  us   /ˈmen·struˌeɪt/
to have a flow of blood from the uterus, usually for three to five days every four weeks, in women who are not pregnant
menstrual
adjective [not gradable]  us   /ˈmen·strəl, -stru·əl/
a menstrual cycle/period
Translations of “menstruate”
in Vietnamese thấy kinh…
in Spanish menstruar…
in Thai มีประจำเดือน…
in Malaysian haid…
in French avoir ses règles…
in German menstruieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行經,月經來潮…
in Indonesian datang bulan…
in Russian менструировать…
in Turkish âdet görmek, aybaşı olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行经,月经来潮…
in Polish miesiączkować…
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