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the Stone Agenoun [S]

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the early ​period in ​humanhistory when ​people made ​tools and ​weapons only out of ​stone: a Stone Age ​settlement/​sitefigurative My grandma's TV ​looks like something out of the Stone Age (= is very ​old-fashioned)!
(Definition of the Stone Age from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 石器时代…
in Chinese (Traditional) 石器時代…
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