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mammoth

adjective   /ˈmæm.əθ/
extremely large gigantesco Cleaning up the city-wide mess is going to be a mammoth task. It’s a mammoth undertaking – are you sure you have the resources to cope?1798
noun   /ˈmæm.əθ/
a type of large elephant, now extinct, that was covered in hair and had tusks mamut 475
(Definition of mammoth from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mammoth

noun /ˈmӕməθ/
a large hairy elephant of a kind no longer found living. mamut
(Definition of mammoth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mammoth”
in Vietnamese voi ma mút…
in Malaysian raksasa…
in Thai ช้างดึกดำบรรพ์…
in French mammouth…
in German das Mammut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猛犸(象),毛象(现已绝种)…
in Indonesian mamut…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猛獁(象),毛象(現已絕種)…
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