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  1. Neanderthal

    • IPA[nɪˈandətɑːl]

    英式

    • n.
      an extinct species of human that was widely distributed in ice-age Europe between c. 120,000 and 35,000 years ago, with a receding forehead and prominent brow ridges. The Neanderthals were associated with the Mousterian flint industry of the Middle Palaeolithic.;an uncivilized, unintelligent, or uncouth person (typically used of a man)
    • adj.
      relating to Neanderthals;uncivilized, unintelligent, or uncouth (typically used of a man)
    • noun: Neanderthal, plural noun: Neanderthals

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    名詞

    • 1. an extinct species of human that was widely distributed in ice-age Europe between c. 120,000 and 35,000 years ago, with a receding forehead and prominent brow ridges. The Neanderthals were associated with the Mousterian flint industry of the Middle Palaeolithic.
    • 2. an uncivilized, unintelligent, or uncouth person (typically used of a man) the stereotype of the mechanic as a macho Neanderthal

    形容詞

    • 1. relating to Neanderthals a Neanderthal axe
    • 2. uncivilized, unintelligent, or uncouth (typically used of a man) they were pushed back by Neanderthal security guards your attitude to women is Neanderthal
    • n.
      The Neanderthal species or an individual of the species. Not in scientific use.
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    • IPA[nēˈandərTHôl]

    美式

    • n.
      an extinct species of human that was widely distributed in ice-age Europe between c. ...
    • adj.
      relating to Neanderthals: a Neanderthal axe

    Oxford American Dictionary