in utero

[in yoo-tuh-roh]
noun
in the uterus; unborn.

Origin:
1705–15; < Latin in uterō

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in utero (ɪn ˈjuːtəˌrəʊ)
 
adv
within the womb

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in utero in u·ter·o (ĭn yōō'tə-rō)
adj.
In the uterus.


in utero adv.
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Example sentences
As a result, placental babies grow faster in utero and are more mature when
  they leave the womb.
The first course they examine is halting the ill effects of hunger at the
  earliest possible stage: in utero.
So he tested the flip side of the coin, giving rats choline in utero or during
  the second week of life.
Whilst not suggested in this article many would believe this occurs in utero.
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