offspring

  1. the immediate descendants of a person
  2. something that comes into existence as a result
  3. any immature animal

offspring

(Life processes and cells) A new human, animal or plant that is created as a result of reproduction.

Offspring

In biology, offspring is the product of reproduction of a new organism produced by one or more parents. Collective offspring may be known as a brood or progeny in a more general way. This can refer to a set of simultaneous offspring, such as the chicks hatched from one clutch of eggs, or to all the offspring, as with the honeybee. Human offspring ...
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offspring

[n] - the immediate descendants of a person 2. [n] - something that comes into existence as a result
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Offspring

• (n.sing. & pl.) Origin; lineage; family. • (n.sing. & pl.) The act of production; generation. • (n.sing. & pl.) That which is produced; a child or children; a descendant or descendants, however remote from the stock.
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offspring

noun something that comes into existence as a result; `industrialism prepared the way for acceptance of the French Revolution`s various socialistic offspring`; `this skyscraper is the solid materialization of his efforts`
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Offspring

Off'spring` noun sing. & plural [ Off + spring .] 1. The act of production; generation. [ Obsolete] 2. That which is produced; a child or children; a descendant or descendants, however remote from the stock. « To the gods alone Our future offspring and our wi...
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offspring

Children or young
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Offspring

Individuals produced from a mating
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Offspring

Offspring: The offspring are strictly speaking the progeny, or young, born to a person. In a larger sense, the offspring are collectively all of the descendants, brood or family. For example, the offspring of someone with a genetic (inherited) condition such as Huntington disease are themselves at risk for the disease. 'Offspring' springs from the ...
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Offspring

The children of an animal.
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