Fecundate



[fee-kuh n-deyt, fek-uh n-] /ˈfi kənˌdeɪt, ˈfɛk ən-/

verb (used with object), fecundated, fecundating.
1.
to make prolific or fruitful.
2.
Biology. to impregnate or fertilize.
/ˈfiːkənˌdeɪt; ˈfɛk-/
verb (transitive)
1.
to make fruitful
2.
to fertilize; impregnate

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