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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Birth, Biology, Soil
infertilein‧fer‧tile /ɪnˈfɜːtaɪl $ -ˈfɜːrtl/ adjective  1 MBHBunable to have babies infertile couples2 TAinfertile land or soil is not good enough to grow plants in
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infertileIf the light passes through the egg, it is infertile.The most probable cause of the problem was the males being infertile.When the land is exposed to the harsh tropical sun and torrential rain, it quickly becomes infertile.As usually no pregnancy does begin, we must wonder how infertile couples manage to repair the damage.New medical techniques provide hope for infertile couples.What of cloning a child for infertile couples?Those who choose infertile mates leave no descendants.It has been used diagnostically in infertile patients.The better way to handle the situation is to render the cats infertile without actually neutering them.
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