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  1. proboscis

    • IPA[prəˈbäsəs]

    美式

    • n.
      the nose of a mammal, especially when it is long and mobile such as the trunk of an elephant or the snout of a tapir.;(in many insects) an elongated sucking mouthpart that is typically tubular and flexible.
    • noun: proboscis, plural noun: probosces

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    • n.
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    • 1. the nose of a mammal, especially when it is long and mobile such as the trunk of an elephant or the snout of a tapir.
    • 2. (in many insects) an elongated sucking mouthpart that is typically tubular and flexible.
    • 3. (in some worms) an extensible tubular sucking organ.
    • n. another term for ribbon worm

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    • n. a leaf-eating monkey native to the forests of Borneo, the male of which is twice the weight of the female and has a large pendulous nose.

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    • n. a leaf-eating monkey native to the forests of Borneo, the male of which is twice the weight of the female and has a large pendulous nose.

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    英式

    • n.
      the nose of a mammal, especially when it is long and mobile such as the trunk of an elephant or the snout of a tapir.

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