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macaque Saltos de línea: ma|caque
Pronunciación: /məˈkɑːk/

Definición de macaque en inglés:

sustantivo

A medium-sized, chiefly forest-dwelling Old World monkey which has a long face and cheek pouches for holding food.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • A lot more is known about cercopithecines, such as macaques, baboons and vervets, because many of them are ground-dwelling monkeys which are relatively easy to study.
  • Those species were chimpanzee, gorilla, orangutan, gibbon, macaque and owl monkey.
  • Primate species are gibbons, langurs, lorises and macaques.

Origen

Late 17th century: via French and Portuguese; based on the Bantu morpheme ma (denoting a plural) + kaku 'monkey'.

Palabras que riman con macaque

arc, ark, Bach, bark, barque, Braque, Clark, clerk, dark, embark, hark, impark, Iraq, Ladakh, Lamarck, lark, marc, mark, marque, narc, nark, Newark, park, quark, sark, shark, snark, spark, stark, Vlach

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