Meaning of reproducer in English:


Pronunciation /ˌriːprəˈdjuːsə/


See reproduce

‘At the same time, they are the biological and cultural reproducers of the community and their bodies symbolize the body of the community and its boundaries.’
  • ‘In the same discourses, women are defined through domesticity where women are reduced to reproducers of race, nation or ethnic group.’
  • ‘Sharks are diverse reproducers, and their mating has been observed only on rare occasions.’
  • ‘If species are reproducers, they may, as Gould thinks, be subject to a selection process.’
  • ‘In another nest, two of the three reproducers were full sisters.’