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pubescence Saltos de línea: pu¦bes|cence
Pronunciación: /pjʊˈbɛs(ə)ns/

Definición de pubescence en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The time when puberty begins.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Girls experience epiphyseal closure of long bones secondary to estrogen secretion, grow approximately two to eight inches in height, and gain 15 to 65 lb during pubescence.
  • And all this ‘being acted upon’ and individual choice-making eventually, in pubescence and later, mysteriously results in differing sorts of desires and attractions and actions.
  • Recently, I wondered aloud about the seemingly substantial number of Great Writers who suffered brothel-related misadventures/trauma in pubescence.
2 Botany & Zoology Soft down on the leaves and stems of plants or on various parts of animals, especially insects.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • This group is supported by the presence of sparse or early-deciduous stem pubescence and carnose leaves.
  • Variation, particularly in leaf shape and pubescence, is considerable in the genus as a whole.
  • He gave special attention to the pubescence of the leaves and of the calyces.

Origen

Late Middle English: from French, or from medieval Latin pubescentia, from Latin pubescent- 'reaching puberty' (see pubescent).

Palabras que riman con pubescence

acquiescence, adolescence, arborescence, coalescence, convalescence, deliquescence, effervescence, essence, evanescence, excrescence, florescence, fluorescence, incandescence, iridescence, juvenescence, luminescence, obsolescence, opalescence, phosphorescence, putrescence, quiescence, quintessence

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