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  1. ape

    • IPA[āp]

    美式

    • n.
      a large primate that lacks a tail, including the gorilla, chimpanzees, orangutan, and gibbons.;used in names of macaque monkeys with short tails, e.g., Barbary ape.
    • v.
      imitate the behavior or manner of (someone or something), especially in an absurd or unthinking way
    • verb: ape, 3rd person present: apes, gerund or present participle: aping, past tense: aped, past participle: aped

    • noun: ape, plural noun: apes

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    名詞

    • 1. a large primate that lacks a tail, including the gorilla, chimpanzees, orangutan, and gibbons.
    • used in names of macaque monkeys with short tails, e.g., Barbary ape.
    • (in general use) any monkey.
    • an unintelligent or clumsy person.
    • an inferior imitator or mimic cunning is but the ape of wisdom

    動詞

    • 1. imitate the behavior or manner of (someone or something), especially in an absurd or unthinking way new architecture can respect the old without aping its style
    • n.
      a tailless macaque monkey that is native to northwestern Africa and also found on the Rock of ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      become very angry or excited

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a large ape of a family closely related to humans, including the gorilla, orangutan, and ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a tailless macaque monkey that is native to north-western Africa and also found on the Rock of ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a large ape of a family closely related to humans, including the gorilla, orangutan, and ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      express wild excitement or anger

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[eɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a large primate that lacks a tail, including the gorilla, chimpanzees, orangutan, and gibbons.
    • v.
      imitate (someone or something), especially in an absurd or unthinking way: new architecture can respect the old without aping its style

    Oxford Dictionary