man noun (PEOPLE) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "man" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


noun (PEOPLE)
/mæn/ ( plural men)
[U] the human race
Man is still far more intelligent than the cleverest robot.
Man is rapidly destroying the Earth.
This is one of the most dangerous substances known to man.
Try to imagine what life must have been like for Neolithic man 10 000 years ago.
Humans, apes and monkeysPeople in general
[C] literary or old-fashioned a person of either sex
All men are equal in the sight of the law.
People in general
(Definition of man noun (PEOPLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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