Definitions of "surrogacy"
  1. The position held by a representative acting in someone else's place, typically in a legal situation
  2. The act of a woman agreeing to become pregnant and give birth to a child for another person or couple, who will become the child's legal parents after birth
How to use "surrogacy" in a sentence
  1. After struggling with fertility issues for several years, the couple decided to explore surrogacy as an alternative way of having a child.
  2. In some states, surrogacy contracts are legal and enforceable, while in others, they are not recognized.
  3. In surrogacy, the surrogate mother carries the pregnancy to term and then the child is legally adopted by the intended parents.

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