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baboon

noun /bəˈbuːn, (American) ba-/
a kind of large monkey with a dog-like face
mandril
An adult male baboon can weigh 30kg or more.
Translations of “baboon”
in Arabic بابون (قرد ضخم يوجد في أفريقيا وآسيا، ذو وجه طويل وأسنان كبيرة)…
in Korean 개코원숭이…
in Malaysian babun…
in French babouin…
in Italian babbuino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狒狒…
in Vietnamese khỉ đầu chó…
in Portuguese babuíno…
in Thai ลิงบาบูน…
in German der Pavian…
in Catalan mandril…
in Japanese ヒヒ(オナガザル科ヒヒ属のサル)…
in Indonesian babun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狒狒…
(Definition of baboon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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