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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (relating to sex)
a. sexual
Some people believe that intellectual compatibility is more important in a relationship than sexual attraction.Algunos creen que la compatibilidad intelectual juega un papel más importante en una relación que la atracción sexual.
2. (relating to gender)
a. sexual
These hormones control the development of adult sexual characteristics.Estas hormonas controlan el desarrollo de las características sexuales de los adultos.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. sexual
sexual abuseabuso sexual, abusos deshonestos
sexual discriminationdiscriminación sexual
sexual harassmentacoso sexual
sexual intercourserelaciones sexuales, el acto sexual
sexual reproductionreproducción sexual
sexual [ˈseksjʊəl]
she's very sexual es muy sensual
sexual abuse (n) abuso (m) sexual
sexual assault (n) atentado (m) contra el pudor
sexual discrimination (n) discriminación (f) a base de sexo
sexual harassment (n) acoso (m) sexual
sexual intercourse (n) relaciones (f) sexuales
to have sexual intercourse (with sb) tener relaciones sexuales (con algn)
sexual orientation (n) orientación (f) sexual
sexual partner (n) pareja (f) sexual
...men who do not have one steady sexual partner Anyone who has more than one sexual partner is at risk
sexual politics (n) política (f) sexual
the sexual revolution (n) la revolución sexual
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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