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e·jac·u·late

(ē-jak'yū-lāt),
1. To expel suddenly.
2. Semen expelled in ejaculation.

ejaculate

/ejac·u·late/ (e-jak´u-lāt) to expel suddenly, especially semen.

ejaculate

/ejac·u·late/ (e-jak´u-lat) the semen discharged in a single ejaculation in the male, consisting of the secretions of Cowper's gland, epididymis, ductus deferens, seminal vesicles, and prostate, and containing the spermatozoa.

ejaculate

(ĭ-jăk′yə-lāt′)
v. ejacu·lated, ejacu·lating, ejacu·lates
v.tr.
1. To eject or discharge abruptly, especially to discharge (semen) in orgasm.
2. To utter suddenly and passionately; exclaim.
v.intr.
To eject a body fluid, especially semen.
n. (ĭ-jăk′yə-lĭt)
The fluid discharged in an ejaculation, especially semen.

e·jac′u·la′tor n.

ejaculate

[ijak′yəlit]
n. the semen discharged in a single emission. See also ejaculation. ejaculate [ijak'yəlāt] , v.
noun Seminal fluid, which has a 2–5 mL volume and contains sperm, semen, prostate secretions and various fluids
verb To expulse semen

ejaculate

noun Seminal fluid, which has a 2 to 5 mL volume and contains semen, prostate secretions and various fluids. See Ejaculation.

e·jac·u·late

(ē-jak'yū-lāt, ē-jak-yū-lăt)
1. To expel suddenly; as of semen.
2. Semen expelled in ejaculation.
See also: ejaculation

Ejaculate

To expel semen.
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e·jac·u·late

(ē-jak'yū-lāt, ē-jak-yū-lăt)
1. To expel suddenly.
2. Semen expelled in ejaculation.

ejaculate

1. to expel an ejaculate.
2. the products of an ejaculation. See also ejaculation.

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To gain a sexual thrill he sprayed a mixture of bleach and water on to the top of her leg to give the impression he had ejaculated, the court heard.