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sex·u·al

 (sĕk′sho͞o-əl)
adj.
1. Relating to, involving, or characteristic of sex or sexuality, or the sex organs and their functions: sexual partners; sexual fantasies; sexual dysfunction.
2. Relating to the sexes or to gender: sexual politics.
3.
a. Relating to, involving, or being reproduction characterized by the union of male and female gametes.
b. Able to reproduce in this way; fertile.

[Late Latin sexuālis, from Latin sexus, sex.]

sex′u·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.sexually - with respect to sexuality; "sexually ambiguous"
2.sexually - by sexual means; "reproduce sexually"
Translations
جِنْسِيّاً
pohlavně
seksuelt
nemileg
kynferîislega
pohlavne
cinsel olarak

sexually

[ˈseksjʊəlɪ] ADVsexualmente
to be sexually abusedser víctima de abusos sexuales
to be sexually activeser sexualmente activo
to become or get sexually arousedexcitarse sexualmente
to be sexually assaultedser víctima de una agresión sexual
to be sexually explicitcontener imágenes de sexo explícito
to be sexually harrassedsufrir acoso sexual
to be sexually involved with sbmantener relaciones sexuales con algn
sexually maturesexualmente maduro
sexually transmitted diseaseenfermedad f de transmisión sexual

sexually

[ˈsɛkʃuəli] adv
[active, involved] → sexuellement; [attractive, appealing] → sexuellement
I find her sexually attractive → Je la trouve sexuellement attirante.
to discriminate sexually → faire la discrimination sexuelle
sexually segregated → sexuellement ségrégué(e)
[reproduce] → sexuellementsexually transmitted disease nmaladie f sexuellement transmissiblesexual orientation norientation f sexuellesexual preference npréférence f sexuellesexual stereotyping ncatégorisation f en stéréotypes sexuelssex worker ntravailleur/euse m/f du sexe

sexually

adv
sexuell; sexually maturegeschlechtsreif; sexually transmitted diseasesdurch Geschlechtsverkehr übertragene Krankheiten; to be sexually harassedsexuell belästigt werden; to be sexually attracted to somebodysich zu jdm sexuell hingezogen fühlen
(= according to gender) sexually segregated groupsnach Geschlechtern getrennte Gruppen

sexually

[ˈsɛksjʊəlɪ] adv (attract) → dal punto di vista sessuale; (reproduce) → sessualmente

sex

(seks) noun
1. either of the two classes (male and female) into which human beings and animals are divided according to the part they play in producing children or young. Jeans are worn by people of both sexes; What sex is the puppy?
2. the fact of belonging to either of these two groups. discrimination on the grounds of sex; (also adjective) sex discrimination.
ˈsexist adjective
showing contempt for the other sex. a very sexist remark.
ˈsexless adjective
neither male nor female.
sexual (ˈsekʃuəl) adjective
concerned with the production of young or children. the sexual organs.
ˈsexually adverb
ˈsexy adjective
having sex appeal.
sexual abuse noun
taking advantage of someone sexually in a cruel way.
sex appeal
the quality of being attractive to people of the other sex. That actress has sex appeal.
sexual harassment noun
touching someone or demanding to have sex with a person against her/his will, or making sexual remarks about a person.
sexual intercourse
the sexual activity between a man and woman that is necessary for the producing of children.
References in classic literature ?
Because he had not attracted Mildred sexually, nothing that he did had any effect upon her.
In addition to the "virginal" teens having oral sex, 30 percent of those who self-identified as "not sexually active" report having been "intimate" in some way.
Who is sexually harassed more often: boys or girls?
Our society equates sex with youth, so we don't expect seniors to be sexually active--or even to have sexual desires.
It presents the scientifically established facts as to how sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are transmitted and how to prevent their spread.
Now that the Food and Drug Administration has ruled that Cytyc's ThinPrep [R] test has been approved for use in screening for chlamydia and gonorrhea, women can be checked for cervical cancer and three common sexually transmitted diseases at the same time.
where they discussed the state of knowledge about sexually coercive acts.
Today, nearly 70 percent of all high school seniors engage in sexual intercourse before graduating, one in eight contracts a sexually transmitted disease (STD) each year and more than 80 percent of all STD cases occur among those under 29.
Although rare, toddlers also are victims of sexually motivated abductions.
Violent and sexually explicit music, movies, and games have become the one campaign issue all the candidates agree on
THE Internet has been blamed for a rise in sexually transmitted diseases, including the HIV virus.
At a national conference as recently as 1992, an administrator asked peers to indicate how many of their facilities had sexually active residents with dementia.