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orang-utannoun [C]

uk   /əˈræŋ.uːtæn/ /ɔːˌræŋ.uːˈtæn/ us   /ɔːˈræŋ.ə.tæn/ also orang,
a large ape with reddish-brown hair and long arms that lives in the forests of Sumatra and Borneo
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