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men·stru·ate

 (mĕn′stro͞o-āt′)
intr.v. men·stru·at·ed, men·stru·at·ing, men·stru·ates
To experience menstruation or a menstrual period.

[Late Latin mēnstruāre, mēnstruāt-, from Latin mēnstrua, menses, from neuter pl. of mēnstruus, menstrual; see menstrual.]

menstruate

(ˈmɛnstrʊˌeɪt)
vb
(Physiology) (intr) to undergo menstruation
[C17: from Latin menstruāre, from mensis month]

men•stru•ate

(ˈmɛn struˌeɪt, -streɪt)

v.i. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to undergo menstruation.
[1640–50; < Late Latin mēnstruātus, past participle of mēnstruāre derivative of Latin mēnstrua menstrual discharge, n. use of neuter pl. of mēnstruus monthly =mēnstr- (see semester) + -uus adj. suffix]

menstruate


Past participle: menstruated
Gerund: menstruating

Imperative
menstruate
menstruate
Present
I menstruate
you menstruate
he/she/it menstruates
we menstruate
you menstruate
they menstruate
Preterite
I menstruated
you menstruated
he/she/it menstruated
we menstruated
you menstruated
they menstruated
Present Continuous
I am menstruating
you are menstruating
he/she/it is menstruating
we are menstruating
you are menstruating
they are menstruating
Present Perfect
I have menstruated
you have menstruated
he/she/it has menstruated
we have menstruated
you have menstruated
they have menstruated
Past Continuous
I was menstruating
you were menstruating
he/she/it was menstruating
we were menstruating
you were menstruating
they were menstruating
Past Perfect
I had menstruated
you had menstruated
he/she/it had menstruated
we had menstruated
you had menstruated
they had menstruated
Future
I will menstruate
you will menstruate
he/she/it will menstruate
we will menstruate
you will menstruate
they will menstruate
Future Perfect
I will have menstruated
you will have menstruated
he/she/it will have menstruated
we will have menstruated
you will have menstruated
they will have menstruated
Future Continuous
I will be menstruating
you will be menstruating
he/she/it will be menstruating
we will be menstruating
you will be menstruating
they will be menstruating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been menstruating
you have been menstruating
he/she/it has been menstruating
we have been menstruating
you have been menstruating
they have been menstruating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been menstruating
you will have been menstruating
he/she/it will have been menstruating
we will have been menstruating
you will have been menstruating
they will have been menstruating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been menstruating
you had been menstruating
he/she/it had been menstruating
we had been menstruating
you had been menstruating
they had been menstruating
Conditional
I would menstruate
you would menstruate
he/she/it would menstruate
we would menstruate
you would menstruate
they would menstruate
Past Conditional
I would have menstruated
you would have menstruated
he/she/it would have menstruated
we would have menstruated
you would have menstruated
they would have menstruated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.menstruate - undergo menstruation; "She started menstruating at the age of 11"
bleed, hemorrhage, shed blood - lose blood from one's body
Translations
تَحيضُ ، يَجيءُ الطَّمُث
menstruovat
menstruere
menstruál
hafa tíîir/blæîingar, vera á túr
menstruacijasirgti mėnesinėmis
menstruēt
menštruovať
âdet/aybaşı görmek

menstruate

[ˈmenstrʊeɪt] VImenstruar, tener la menstruación

menstruate

[ˈmɛnstrueɪt] viavoir ses règles

menstruate

vimenstruieren (spec), → die Menstruation haben

menstruate

[ˈmɛnstrʊˌeɪt] viavere le mestruazioni, mestruare

menstruate

(ˈmenstrueit) verb
to discharge blood monthly from the uterus. Many girls begin to menstruate at the age of 12 or 13.
ˌmenstruˈation noun

menstruate

vi menstruar
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