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US specialized (also mainly UK palaeolithic) uk   /ˌpæl.i.əʊˈlɪθ.ɪk/  us   /ˌpeɪ.li.oʊ-/
relating to the ​period when ​humans used ​tools and ​weapons made of ​stone: The Paleolithic Period is sometimes called the Old Stone Age.
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in Chinese (Simplified) palaeolithic 的另一种拼法…
in Chinese (Traditional) palaeolithic 的另一種拼法…
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