EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

rectal (not comparable)

  1. Of, via or related to the rectum.
    The customs inspector subjected him to a rectal exam.

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NounEdit

rectal (plural rectals)

  1. (informal) A rectal examination.
    • 1988, Judith Campbell, J. Golick, Sexuality: An Education Resource Book (page 53)
      Most doctors feel a rectal examination is unnecessary following a full pelvic examination, so that rectals are not routinely performed on women.

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AdjectiveEdit

rectal (feminine singular rectale, masculine plural rectaux, feminine plural rectales)

  1. rectal
    Les douaniers lui ont infligé une fouille rectale
    The customs inspector subjected him to a rectal exam

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InterlinguaEdit

AdjectiveEdit

rectal (not comparable)

  1. rectal

SpanishEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

rectal (plural rectales)

  1. rectal