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copulate in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcopulatecop‧u‧late /ˈkɒpjəleɪt $ ˈkɑːp-/ verb [intransitive + with] technical  HBSEX/HAVE SEX WITHto have sexcopulation /ˌkɒpjəˈleɪʃən $ ˌkɑːp-/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
copulateWithin it, they copulate and lay eggs.Coming across two snakes copulating, he kills the female and discovers himself transformed into a woman.His world was filled with copulating inanimate objects and people getting their faces ripped off.Although invisible to present probes, such preternaturally potent super-snakes are conceivably copulating throughout the icy blackness of outer space.Why did human oestrus fade almost entirely away so that human beings copulate when one partner is not fertile?However, a male sometimes copulates with another male.They may copulate with the women but otherwise often have little to do with them.A male is potentially capable of fertilizing hundreds of females, if he could only copulate with them.