gender-specific


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gen·der-spe·cif·ic

(jĕn′dər-spĭ-sĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Of, for, or associated with persons of one gender to the exclusion of the other: gender-specific health care; gender-specific behavior.

gen′der-specif′ic



adj.
for, characteristic of, or limited to either males or females: gender-specific roles.
[1980–85]
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