fecundate
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fecundar
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fecundar(
feh
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koon
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dahr
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to engender)
a. to fertilize
En la clase de salud aprendimos que la creación de una nueva vida se produce en el momento que el esparmatozoide fecunda el óvulo.In health class we learned that the creation of a new life happens when the sperm fertilizes the egg.
b. to fertilise (United Kingdom)
Papá fecundó a mamá y nueve meses más tarde naciste tú, hijo.Dad fertilised mum, and nine months later you were born son.
c. to inseminate
Hoy vino el veterinario a fecundar artificialmente a nuestra vaca.The vet came today to artificially inseminate the cow.
2. (to make fruitful)
a. to make fertile
Las historias fantásticas de los libros fecundaron la imaginación de los niños.The fantasy stories from the books made the children's imaginations fertile.
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fecundar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (fertilizar)
a. to fertilize
2. (hacer productivo)
a. to make fertile
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fecundar
transitive verb
1 (engendrar) to fertilize
fecundar por fertilización cruzada to cross-fertilize
2 (fertilizar) to make fertile
la pasión religiosa puede iluminar y fecundar a las almas la lluvia fecunda la tierra
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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