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Translation of "monkey" - English-Spanish dictionary

monkey

noun   /ˈmʌŋ·ki/
A2 a hairy animal with a long tail that lives in hot countries and climbs trees mono
(Definition of monkey from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

monkey

noun /ˈmaŋki/
an animal of the type most like man, especially those which are small and have long tails (ie not the apes). mono
a mischievous child diablillo, pillo Their son is a little monkey.
monkey business noun
mishievous or illegal happenings etc travesuras, trampas Some monkey business has clearly been going on.
(Definition of monkey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “monkey”
in Korean 원숭이…
in Arabic قِرْد…
in Malaysian monyet, si nakal…
in French singe, polisson/-onne…
in Russian обезьяна…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 猴子…
in Italian scimmia…
in Turkish maymun…
in Polish małpa…
in Vietnamese con khỉ, thằng nhãi ranh…
in Portuguese macaco…
in Thai ลิง, เด็กซุกซน…
in German der Affe…
in Catalan mico…
in Japanese サル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 猴子…
in Indonesian monyet, anak nakal…
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