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See also: heterosexuál

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EtymologyEdit

From hetero- +‎ -sexual.

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heterosexual (comparative more heterosexual, superlative most heterosexual)

  1. Sexually attracted to members of the opposite sex.

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heterosexual (plural heterosexuals)

  1. A heterosexual person, or other heterosexual organism.

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heterosexual (masculine and feminine plural heterosexuals)

  1. heterosexual

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heterosexual m or f (plural heterosexuals)

  1. heterosexual

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GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From hetero- +‎ sexual.

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heterosexual m or f (plural heterosexuais)

  1. heterosexual

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heterosexual m or f (plural heterosexuais)

  1. heterosexual

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RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French hétérosexuel.

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  • IPA(key): /ˌhe.te.ro.sek.suˈal/

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heterosexual m or n (feminine singular heterosexuală, masculine plural heterosexuali, feminine and neuter plural heterosexuale)

  1. heterosexual

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heterosexual m (plural heterosexuali, feminine equivalent heterosexuală)

  1. a heterosexual

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From hetero- +‎ sexual.

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heterosexual (plural heterosexuales)

  1. heterosexual

NounEdit

heterosexual m or f (plural heterosexuales)

  1. heterosexual

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