Translation of castration in Spanish:


castración, n.

Pronunciation /kæˈstreɪʃ(ə)n/ /kaˈstreɪʃ(ə)n/


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    castración feminine
    • The veteran is later beaten and threatened with castration.
    • In medical practice, castration is sometimes used in the treatment of prostate cancer.
    • In the musical tradition of the early modern period in Europe, the castration of young male singers provided a higher-pitched voice to sing soprano roles.
    • At the moment of castration of a potentially great polo pony, the sperm can be collected and frozen.
    • If Parliament won't bring back the death penalty, we might have to settle for compulsory castration or locking offenders away until they die.
    • This sect, which practiced castration of its members, existed until the early 1900s.
    • I began to tell her stories that involved castrations and how men have all their power and strength tied up in their testicles.
    • It was a crime punishable by castration in seven states.
    • The technology platform also provides a nonsurgical alternative to castration for pets.