Masturbate



[mas-ter-beyt] /ˈmæs tərˌbeɪt/

verb (used without object), masturbated, masturbating.
1.
to engage in .
verb (used with object), masturbated, masturbating.
2.
to practice upon.
/ˈmæstəˌbeɪt/
verb
1.
to stimulate the genital organs of (oneself or another) to achieve sexual pleasure
v.

1839, back-formation from masturbation, or else from Latin masturbatus, past participle of masturbari. Related: Masturbated; masturbating.

masturbate mas·tur·bate (mās’tər-bāt’)
v. mas·tur·bat·ed, mas·tur·bat·ing, mas·tur·bates
To perform an act of masturbation.

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