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male US English

Of or denoting the sex that produces small, typically motile gametes, especially spermatozoa, with which a female may be fertilized or inseminated to produce offspring

Male US English

The capital of the Maldives; population 111,000 (est. 2007)

male US Thesaurus

it's his male jealousy, which is nearly always unfounded

Male New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

capital of the Maldives

all-male US English

Consisting of or intended for men only

male fern US English

A fern with brown scales on the stalks of the fronds, found in wooded areas of the northeastern US, but much more common in Eurasia

she-male US English

A transvestite

tail male US English

The limitation of the succession of property or title to male descendants

alpha male US English

The dominant male animal in a particular group

male-oriented US English

Biased toward, dominated by, or designed for men

male chauvinism US English

Male prejudice against women; the belief that men are superior in terms of ability, intelligence, etc.

male menopause US English

A stage in a middle-aged man’s life supposedly corresponding to the menopause of a woman, associated with the loss of sexual potency and a crisis of confidence and identity (not in technical use)

male sterility US English

The situation whereby individuals of a normally hermaphrodite species produce only female gametes

female-to-male US English

Relating to or denoting interaction or transfer between a female and a male

male-to-female US English

Relating to or denoting interaction or transfer between a male and a female

angry white male US English

A politically conservative or antiliberal white man

male chauvinist pig US English

A man who believes that men are superior to women

dead white European male US English

A writer, philosopher, or other significant figure whose importance and talents may have been exaggerated by virtue of his belonging to a historically dominant gender and ethnic group

male-orientated in male-oriented US English

Biased toward, dominated by, or designed for men

male screw in screw US English

A cylinder with a helical ridge or thread running around the outside (a male screw) that can be turned to seal an opening, apply pressure, adjust position, etc., especially one fitting into a corresponding internally grooved or threaded piece (a female screw)

dead white male in dead white European male US English

A writer, philosopher, or other significant figure whose importance and talents may have been exaggerated by virtue of his belonging to a historically dominant gender and ethnic group


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