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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheterosexualhet‧e‧ro‧sex‧u‧al /ˌhetərəˈsekʃuəl◂/ ●○○ adjective  SYsexually attracted to people of the opposite sex syn straight, → bisexual, homosexual
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heterosexualDespite public perceptions, across the world 7 out of 10 infections are heterosexual.And it appears that the aggregate number of partners in heterosexual adultery is quite low.The law applies to both heterosexual and homosexual employees.Most of the people who come to the club are heterosexual, but we do get a small number of gay men.Perhaps there was still a chance; perhaps Ronnie would find she wasn't meant for heterosexual love.Name one heterosexual male theorist who could display such interest in wrestling, washing powders and Greta Garbo.Feminist psychologists often adopt an implicitly biological standard of heterosexual normality.They coped by forming close relationships with a heterosexual partner or a group of women.The fact that I am a heterosexual woman never mattered.Our national women youth workers' conferences were widely successful with heterosexual women.
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