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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.]
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menstruate

(ˈmɛnstrʊˌeɪt)
vb
(Physiology) (intr) to undergo menstruation
[C17: from Latin menstruāre, from mensis month]
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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]
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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
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.menstruate - undergo menstruation; "She started menstruating at the age of 11"
bleed, hemorrhage, shed blood - lose blood from one's body
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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
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

menstruate

[ˈmɛnstrueɪt] viavoir ses règles
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menstruate

vimenstruieren (spec), → die Menstruation haben
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menstruate

[ˈmɛnstrʊˌeɪt] viavere le mestruazioni, mestruare
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

menstruate

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

vi menstruar
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