Definition of fecundation in English:


Pronunciation /fɛk(ə)nˈdeɪʃ(ə)n//fiːk(ə)nˈdeɪʃ(ə)n/


  • See fecundate

    • ‘The church ought to take existing traditional cultures more seriously, and work for their mutual fecundation.’
    • ‘Revealed only in the son, fecundity continues to disguise itself as the fecundation of the lovers in difference.’
    • ‘This year the Italian Parliament passed a law obstructing stem cell research that was supposed to ‘protect’ women who are going through assisted fecundation.’
    • ‘A mutual fecundation of cultures is a human imperative of our times.’
    • ‘Scientist say that they need at least 20 white-flag dolphins to carry out artificial fecundation and ensure the quality of the offspring.’