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same-sex

(sām′sĕks′)
adj.
1. Involving or restricted to members of the same sex: same-sex schools.
2. Of or involving gay men or lesbians: same-sex couples; same-sex marriage.

same-sex

adj
involving people of the same sex

same′-sex`


adj.
1. of or relating to two or more persons of the same gender: same-sex friendships.
2. of or involving a sexual relationship between two men or between two women: same-sex marriage.
Translations

same-sex

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