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Translation of "ape" - English-Turkish dictionary

ape

noun [C]     /eɪp/
a hairy animal like a monkey but with no tail and long arms uzun kolları olan kuyruğu olmayan maymun benzeri hayvan, bir tür maymun Humans, apes and monkeys
Translations of “ape”
in Arabic قِرْد…
in Korean 유인원…
in Malaysian mawas…
in French (grand) singe (sans queue)…
in Italian scimmia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猿, 無尾猿, 類人猿…
in Russian обезьяна…
in Polish małpa (człekokształtna)…
in Vietnamese khỉ không đuôi…
in Spanish mono…
in Portuguese símio…
in Thai ลิงไม่มีหาง…
in German der Menschenaffe…
in Catalan simi…
in Japanese (尾がなく手が長い)サル, 類人猿…
in Indonesian kera (tanpa ekor), monyet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猿, 无尾猿, 类人猿…
(Definition of ape from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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