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testosterone

From test(is) +‎ -o- +‎ -sterone ( “ steroid hormone ” ) .

Pronunciation Edit

Noun Edit

testosterone (countable and uncountable, plural testosterones)

Mammalian testes contain almost no testosterone because it is sent out into the body as quickly as it is made.

Mother encouraged James to rely more on intelligence and less on testosterone to deal with the neighbor’s son.

Derived terms Edit

  • Afrikaans: testosteroon
  • Arabic: تِسْتُسْتِرُون ‎ (ar) m ( tistustirūn )
  • Armenian: տեստոստերոն(hy) ( testosteron )
  • Belarusian: тэстастэро́н m ( testasterón )
  • Catalan: testosterona(ca) f
  • Chinese: Cantonese: 睾酮 ( gou 1 tung 4 ) Mandarin: 睾酮(zh) ( gāotóng )
  • Chuvash: тестостерон ( testosteron )
  • Czech: testosteron m
  • Danish: testosteron(da) n
  • Dutch: testosteron(nl) m
  • Esperanto: testosterono
  • Finnish: testosteroni(fi)
  • French: testostérone(fr) f
  • German: Testosteron(de) n
  • Hebrew: טסטוסטרון ‎ (he) m
  • Icelandic: testósterón n , karlhormón n
  • Indonesian: testosteron(id)
  • Italian: testosterone(it) m
  • Japanese: テストステロン ( tesutosuteron )
  • Khmer: តេស្តូស្តេរ៉ូន ( teestousteeroun )
  • Kurdish: Northern Kurdish: testosteron(ku)
  • Lithuanian: testosteronas m
  • Maori: taiaki tāne
  • Norwegian: testosteron n
  • Persian: تستوسترون ‎ ( testosteron )
  • Polish: testosteron(pl) m
  • Portuguese: testosterona(pt) f
  • Romanian: testosteron(ro) m
  • Russian: тестостеро́н(ru) m ( testosterón )
  • Serbo-Croatian: Cyrillic: тестостѐро̄н m Roman: testostèrōn(sh) m
  • Slovak: testosterón m
  • Spanish: testosterona f
  • Swedish: testosteron(sv) n
  • Turkish: testosteron(tr)

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