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anthropology

noun /ӕnθrəˈpolədʒi/
the study of human society, customs, beliefs etc
antropología
He works for the university’s Department of Anthropology.
anthropological /-ˈlo-/ adjective
antropológico
anthropological research/studies.
anthropologist noun
antropólogo
Anthropologists have discovered a new species of ancient people.
Translations of “anthropology”
in Arabic عِلم الإنْسان, عِلم الإناسة…
in Korean 인류학…
in Malaysian antropologi…
in French anthropologie…
in Turkish insanbilim, antropolji…
in Italian antropologia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人類學…
in Russian антропология…
in Polish antropologia…
in Vietnamese nhân loại học…
in Portuguese antropologia…
in Thai มานุษยวิทยา…
in German die Anthropologie…
in Catalan antropologia…
in Japanese 人類学, 人間学…
in Indonesian antropologi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人类学…
(Definition of anthropology from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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