Meaning of reproductivity in English:



See reproductive

‘A major problem facing its propagation by man is its low sexual reproductivity.’
  • ‘The Buddhist Guan Yin provided her worldly supplicants with the karma of reproductivity and bore constant witness to their agony.’
  • ‘The women (who would come to be known as the ‘proponent women’) claimed that building the bridge would fatally impair the reproductive capacity of women's bodies and the reproductivity of their cosmos more generally.’
  • ‘Although she may receive special foods and is not expected to work, the experience is an acknowledgment of the pollution associated with female sexuality and reproductivity.’
  • ‘As mothers, teachers, caregivers, household heads, workers, entrepreneurs, they contribute to the productivity and reproductivity of community and society.’