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man

noun (PEOPLE)     /mæn/ ( plural men)
[U] the human race 人类,人 Man is still far more intelligent than the cleverest robot. 人类仍远比最智能的机器人聪明。 Man is rapidly destroying the Earth. 人类正迅速毁灭着地球。 This is one of the most dangerous substances known to man. 这是人类已知的最危险的物质之一。 Try to imagine what life must have been like for Neolithic man 10 000 years ago. 想象一下1万年前新石器时代人的生活是什么样子。 Humans, apes and monkeysPeople in general
[C] literary or old-fashioned a person of either sex (不论性别的)人 All men are equal in the sight of the law. 法律面前人人平等。 People in general
(Definition of man noun (PEOPLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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