Definition of surrogate
Examples of surrogate in a Sentence
He could not attend the meeting, so he sent his surrogate.
The governor and her surrogates asked the public to support the change.
They had their baby through a surrogate.
Recent Examples of surrogate from the Web
The seven embryos are now in a freezer awaiting the results of research on how best to transfer them to surrogates.
In the first film, Blunt's FBI agent served as both an audience surrogate and a conscience.
Ben Jealous, formerly the president of the NAACP and a prominent surrogate for Senator Bernie Sanders, won his Democratic primary in Maryland on Tuesday.
In other countries, such as the U.K. and Belgium, surrogates can’t be paid a fee.
Two candidates, businessman Andy Gronik and liberal activist Mike McCabe, sent video messages and had surrogates at the forum.
Kim's third child, Chicago West, was born via surrogate less than one month before Kylie gave birth to her daughter, Stormi Webster, in February.
Stone, who has been friendly with Trump for years, was an unofficial surrogate in the Trump campaign and appeared to have advance knowledge of the emails’ release.
This close relationship might bode well for someday using southern white rhinos as surrogates for northern white embryos.
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SURROGATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of surrogate for English Language Learners
: a person or thing that takes the place or performs the duties of someone or something else
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