verbsu·per·o·vu·lat·ed, su·per·o·vu·lat·ing, su·per·o·vu·lates
To produce mature ova at an accelerated rate or in a large number at one time.
To cause (an animal) to superovulate.
(third-person singular simple present superovulates, present participle superovulating, simple past and past participle superovulated)
- (biology) To produce large quantities of mature ova
Variant of superovulation
the release of a larger-than-normal number of eggs for fertilization, esp. when artificially induced by injected hormones to produce embryos for transplantation, frozen storage, etc.