- 1 1.1 [animal/plant] macho; [hormone/sex] masculino male bee zángano (masculine) male member [euphemistic/eufemístico] miembro (masculine) viril [euphemistic/eufemístico]More example sentences
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- The chromosome from the father determines whether the offspring becomes male or female.
- Thus, the benefits to offspring of male incubation may be reduced in various species.
- Some females even adjust the ratio of male to female offspring depending on the circumstances.
More example sentences1.2 [character/line/chorus/attitude] masculino; [workforce] de hombres male doctor médico (masculine), doctor (masculine) male chauvinism machismo (masculine) male nurse enfermero (masculine) male pill píldora (feminine) anticonceptiva masculina male prostitute prostituto (masculine), chapero (masculine) [slang/argot] there were several male applicants se presentaron varios candidatos varones
- We women in business are measured by how many male characteristics we have.
- The slow release of testosterone ensures that sex drive and male characteristics, such as body hair, are maintained.
- We know also that in animals the male hormone, testosterone, is related to dominance and aggression.
- The pollen grain is the male gametophytic phase of flowering plants.
- The path of pollen tubes has not been investigated, as male flowers were not available.
- Live oaks produce male flowers called catkins that bloom in hanging clusters.
- 2 [Mech] [plug/thread] machoMore example sentences
- The fitting also includes a male end portion configured to engage female threads on the hub of the receptacle.
- Cut another small piece of pipe and attach male adapters on both ends.
- This audio cable with male connectors on each end is used with ISDN primary rate interfaces.
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