monkey

listen to the pronunciation of monkey
Englisch - Türkisch
maymun

Hayvanat bahçesindeki maymunu gördüm. - We saw the monkey at the zoo.

Dağın üzerinde bir sürü maymun var. - There are many monkeys in the mountain.

yumurcak
monkey business maymun işi
{f} kurcalamak
yaram
düzenbazlık monkey flower misk otu
şahmerdan başlı
koçbaşı
maymuna benzer kimse
Mimulus moschatus
monkey bread baobap
monkey wrench ingiliz anahtarı
baobap meyvası
(about/around) ile oynamak, -i ellemek
afacan
f., k.dili
maymun ekmeği ağacı
{i} şahmerdan başı
tokmak
yalan dolan
yaramaz çocuk
{f} oynamak

Araştırmacılar bir video oyunu oynamak için maymunları eğitti. - The researchers trained monkeys to play a video game.

canavar
monkey business
üçkağıt
monkey goby
(Denizbilim) tatlısukayası balığı
monkey puzzle
şiliarokaryası
monkey business
üçkâğıt
monkey business
dolap

O, bir dolap çeviriyor. - He is up to some monkey business.

monkey business
hile
monkey engine
şahmerdan makinesi
monkey flower
miskotu
monkey with
kurcala
monkey wrench
ingiliz anahtarı

Tom korumanın arkasına sinsice yaklaştı ve onu İngiliz anahtarıyla dövdü. - Tom sneaked up behind the guard and clobbered him with a monkey wrench.

Monkey Puzzle tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Maymun çıkmaz ağacı
Monkey tail tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Maymun çıkmaz ağacı
monkey bars
maymun bar
monkey bars
Oyun parklarında çocukların asılarak oynamaları için demir çubuklar
monkey spanner
boru anahtarı
monkey trick
maymun hüner
monkey with
(about/around) ile oynamak, -i ellemek
monkey's paw
maymun pençe
monkey about/around
vakit geçirmek
monkey around
oyalanmak
monkey around
dalga geçmek
monkey around with
uğraşmak
monkey around with
karıştırmak
monkey bread
{i} baobap
monkey bread
{i} baobap ağacı
monkey business
yalan dolan
monkey business
düzenbazlık
monkey business
dalavere, dolap, düzenbazlık
monkey flower
misk otu
monkey in the middle
ortada sıçan oyunu
monkey jacket
{i} kısa ve dar ceket
monkey jacket
(isim) kısa ve dar ceket
monkey like
maymun gibi
monkey pox virus
(Tıp) maymun çiçek virusu
monkey puzzle
bot. şiliarokaryası
monkey therapist
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) maymun terapist
monkey tricks
münasebetsizlik
monkey tricks
uyanıklık
monkey with
karıştırmak
monkey with
kurcalamak
monkey with
uğraşmak
monkey wrench
İngiliz anahtarı

Tom korumanın arkasına sinsice yaklaştı ve onu İngiliz anahtarıyla dövdü. - Tom sneaked up behind the guard and clobbered him with a monkey wrench.

monkey wrench
ingilizanahtarı
make a monkey out of someone
(Ev ile ilgili) Birisi ile dalga geçmek, alay etmek, kafa bulmak, maymun etmek, maymuna çevirmek
grease monkey
oto tamircisi
grease monkey
yağcı
make a monkey of someone
(Ev ile ilgili) Birisi ile dalga geçmek, alay etmek, kafa bulmak, maymun etmek, maymuna çevirmek
rhesus monkey
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) makak
spider monkey
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) örümcek maymunu
african green monkey
afrika yeşil maymunu
grease monkey
yağlayıcı
green monkey
yeşil maymun
howling monkey
uluyan maymun
proboscis monkey
uzun burunlu maymun
throw a monkey wrench in the works
işi bozmak
cheeky monkey
arsız maymun
howler monkey
komik maymun
little monkey
küçük maymun
make a monkey of
(deyim) Birini aptal durumuna düşürmek
make a monkey out of
(deyim) Birini aptal durumuna düşürmek

My friend made a monkey out of me when he started arguing with me in front of my boss.

monkeys
maymunlar
porch monkey
veranda maymunu. verandada hiç bir şey yapmadan oturup zaman öldüren kimselere verilen ad
rug monkey
Emekleme çağındaki çocuk, yer maymunu
spider monkey
örümcek maymun
spider monkey
Örümcek Maymunu. aile: Atelidae, altaile: Atelinae
throw a monkey wrench in the works
k. dili bir halt edip işi bozmak, işin içine etmek
to make a monkey out of someone
birini aptal yerine koymak
wrench monkey
boru anahtarı
capuchin monkey
başlıklı maymun
grease monkey
araba ustası
grease monkey
araba tamircisi
isolate monkey
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tecrit maymun
monkey wrench
ıngiliz anahtarı
throw a monkey wrench
{k} bir halt edip işi bozmak, işin içine etmek
throw a monkey wrench into
(deyim) işin içine etmek
woolly monkey
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yünlü maymun
Englisch - Englisch
A face card
Five-hundred pounds sterling
Any of several members of the infra-order Simiiformes of primates, generally smaller than the apes, and distinguished from them by having a tail and cheek pouches
A person or the role of the person on the sidecar platform of a motorcycle involved in sidecar racing
A person with minimal inteligence and/or (bad) looks
To meddle; to mess with; to interfere; to fiddle

Please don't monkey with the controls if you don't know what you're doing.

A mischievous child

Stop misbehaving, you little monkey!.

A dark-skinned person, especially a person of, or primarily of, Negro descent. See also nigger and/or jigaboo
A menial employee who does a repetitive job
The weight or hammer of a pile driver, that is, a very heavy mass of iron, which, being raised on high, falls on the head of the pile, and drives it into the earth; the falling weight of a drop hammer used in forging
Any one of numerous species of Quadrumana esp
Any species of Quadrumana, except the lemurs
A term of disapproval, ridicule, or contempt, as for a mischievous child
such as have a long tail and prehensile feet exclusive of apes and baboons
{n} an ape, baboon, fop, silly fellow
feelings If you refer to a child as a monkey, you are saying in an affectionate way that he or she is very lively and naughty. She's such a little monkey. monkey around to behave in a stupid or careless way. Any member of two tropical anthropoid primate groups: Old World monkeys and New World monkeys. Almost all species are tropical or subtropical, and almost all are diurnal. Most species are arboreal, using all four limbs to leap from tree to tree. They can sit upright and stand erect. Most species run along branches rather than swinging arm over arm like the apes. Monkeys are highly social omnivores, organized in clans as large as several hundred individuals headed by an old male. Sexually mature males of all species are always potent, and all nonpregnant females have a monthly menstrual cycle. Most species bear a single young, which is reared by the mother for years. bonnet monkey capuchin monkey colobus monkey howler monkey monkey puzzle tree New World monkey Old World monkey proboscis monkey rhesus monkey spider monkey squirrel monkey vervet monkey
play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly; "Someone tampered with the documents on my desk"; "The reporter fiddle with the facts"
any of various long-tailed primates (excluding the prosimians)
The sacred mascot of the club which should never be forgotten
Addict's habit ("Monkey on my back")
A small trading vessel of the sixteenth century
do random, unplanned work or activities or spend time idly; "The old lady is usually mucking about in her little house"
To act or treat as a monkey does; to ape; to act in a grotesque or meddlesome manner
In the most general sense, any one of the Quadrumana, including apes, baboons, and lemurs
A monkey is an animal with a long tail which lives in hot countries and climbs trees
any small part or bracket aboard ship
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Term for a player who expends and wastes all of the missiles he can hold on a single opponent in repetition Also called a missile monkey May generally be used to refer to any perceived overuse of a loadable weapon, often in partial jest (e g Maser Monkey)
{f} act like a monkey; imitate a monkey; make mischief, clown around
{i} type of agile tree-dwelling mammal of the order Primates (not including humanoid apes, lemurs, or humans); mischievous child or person; 500 Pounds Sterling (British Slang)
one who is playfully mischievous
Monkey Hanger
An offensive term for a person from Hartlepool
Monkey Hangers
plural form of Monkey Hanger
monkey around
To act foolishly

I wanna be a man, man cub and stroll right into town and be just like the other men I'm tired of monkeying around - The Jungle Book.

monkey bars
A row of bars, found on playgrounds, under which one hangs by the arms and crosses by swinging between bars, legs dangling down, like how a monkey might move across
monkey bars
A jungle gym
monkey boy
Term of offense directed at humans in general
monkey boy
Term of offense directed at one who assumes perceived traits of a monkey, e.g. excessive hairiness or impish behaviour
monkey boys
plural form of monkey boy
monkey bread
a type of gourd, the fruit of the baobab tree, eaten by monkeys
monkey bread
the tree itself
monkey breads
plural form of monkey bread
monkey business
An activity that is considered silly, or stupid, or time-wasting
monkey business
Wasting time, or effort, on some foolish project
monkey business
An activity that may be considered illegal, questionable, or a vice, but not felonious
monkey flip
A move in which a wrestler takes his opponent and flips that person over his head
monkey humping a football
Energetic but useless action, or a person engaged in such action

The whole exercise was a monkey humping a football.

monkey humping a football
A manner of riding a horse, motorcycle or other vehicle, in which the rider crouches forward and may bounce in the saddle

This poseur was riding like a monkey humping a football, but I blew past him.

monkey in the middle
A children's game in which two players keep an object away from a third player (who is in between them) by throwing it past that player
monkey jacket
A semiformal lightweight jacket, usually made of nylon, with striped cuffs and neck, similar to an MA-1 flight jacket
monkey jacket
A type of close-fit jacket worn by sailors

We were fain to button up our monkey jackets, and hold to our lips cups of scalding tea with our half frozen fingers.

monkey jackets
plural form of monkey jacket
monkey on one's back
An addiction, especially to narcotic drugs

Prine's balladeering also includes social comment, as in Sam Stone, a song about a veteran returning from the conflict overseas with a Purple Heart and a monkey on his back..

monkey on one's back
A state of persistent distress or worry or the cause of such a state

'E's got th' monkey on 'is back ower this letter job, said the father secretly to me.

monkey patch
A patch which alters the behaviour of a program by forcefully overriding aspects of the original code at runtime
monkey patch
To alter the behaviour of a program by forcefully overriding aspects of the original code at runtime
monkey patched
Simple past tense and past participle of monkey patch
monkey patches
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of monkey patch
monkey patching
Present participle of monkey patch
monkey see, monkey do
A conventional explanation for mimicry, especially of a foolish action done with no consideration of the consequences
monkey trap
A cage containing a banana with a hole large enough for a monkey's hand to fit in, but not large enough for a monkey's fist (clutching a banana) to come out. Used to "catch" monkeys that lack the intellect to let go of the banana and run away
monkey trap
A clever trap of any sort, that owes its success to the ineptitude or gullibility of the victim
monkey wrench
A pipe wrench
monkey wrench
A problem, obstacle or dilemma; something unexpected or troublesome

Having a baby will add a monkey wrench to her routines.

monkey wrench
A wrench with a smooth adjustable jaw to grip different sizes of nuts
monkey wrenches
plural form of monkey wrench
monkey's fist
A type of knot tied at the end of a rope to serve as a weight, making it easier to throw the line
monkey's fists
plural form of monkey's fist
monkey-faced owl
a barn owl, Tyto alba
monkey-shine
Alternative spelling of monkeyshine
Monkey Puzzle tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Araucaria araucana (popularly called the monkey puzzle tree or monkey tail tree) is an evergreen tree growing to 40 metres (130 ft) tall with a 2 metres (7 ft) trunk diameter. The tree is native to central and southern Chile, western Argentina, and southern Brazil. Araucaria araucana is the hardiest species in the conifer genus Araucaria. Because of the species's great age it is sometimes described as a living fossil
Monkey tail tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Araucaria araucana (popularly called the monkey puzzle tree or monkey tail tree) is an evergreen tree growing to 40 metres (130 ft) tall with a 2 metres (7 ft) trunk diameter. The tree is native to central and southern Chile, western Argentina, and southern Brazil. Araucaria araucana is the hardiest species in the conifer genus Araucaria. Because of the species's great age it is sometimes described as a living fossil
monkey bars
A piece of playground equipment consisting of a horizontally mounted overhead ladder, from which children may swing
monkey bridge
(Denizcilik) A small raised platform above a bridge, deck-house, etc., on a ship; monkey island
monkey island
(Denizcilik) A small raised platform above a bridge, deck-house, etc., on a ship; monkey island
monkey's paw
(Edebiyat) "The Monkey's Paw" is a horror short story by author W. W. Jacobs. It was published in England in 1902. The story is based on traditional stories in which three wishes are granted. In the story, the paw of a dead monkey is a talisman that grants its possessor three wishes, but the wishes come with an enormous price
monkey bars
Monkey bars are metal or wooden bars that are joined together to form a structure for children to climb and play on. A three-dimensional structure of poles and bars on which children can play, as in a playground; a jungle gym. a structure of bars for children to climb and play on British Equivalent: climbing frame
monkey bars
children's play structure comprised of vertical and horizontal bars that can be climbed
monkey bread
{i} fruit of the baobab tree shaped like a gourd with edible pulp; sour gourd
monkey bread
The hanging, edible gourdlike fruit of the baobab
monkey bridge
a high narrow platform above a deck or in an engine room or boiler room
monkey business
mischievous or deceitful behavior
monkey business
Silly, mischievous, or deceitful acts or behavior
monkey business
dubious activities, illegal business; fooling around, silly games
monkey cup
{i} nepenthe, legendary drug that caused one to forget his troubles or sorrow; anything which induces a soothing sense of forgetfulness (of pain or troubles)
monkey face
silly face, face that resembles a monkey's face
monkey flower
Any of various herbs or shrubs of the genus Mimulus, having variously colored, two-lipped flowers
monkey jacket
{i} mess jacket, shell-jacket, tight-fitting evening jacket worn as part of a uniform (by officers in the mess for formal dinners)
monkey ladder
a light ladder to the monkey bridge on a ship
monkey nut
a peanut in its shell
monkey nut
{i} (British) peanut in its shell; goober (Slang)
monkey puzzle
{i} Chilean evergreen tree that has intertwined branches with dark green spiny leaves and bears edible nuts
monkey puzzle
large Chilean evergreen conifer having intertwined branches and bearing edible nuts
monkey puzzle tree
Evergreen ornamental and timber conifer (Araucaria araucana) of the family Araucariaceae, native to the Andes Mountains of South America. The tree may grow to 150 ft (45 m) in height and 5 ft (1.5 m) in diameter. The rigid, overlapping, needle-pointed leaves are spirally arranged on stiff branches, which form a tangled, prickly network that discourages animals from climbing the tree. The Norfolk Island pine is a relative
monkey tricks
(British Slang) naughty and mischievous behavior; monkeyshines, mischievous pranks (Slang)
monkey wrench
adjustable wrench that has one fixed and one adjustable jaw
monkey wrench
A type of adjustable wrench in which the jaws are perpendicular to the handle
monkey wrench
type of wrench that can be adjusted to grasp different size nuts; obstacle, interference, hindrance
monkey-wrench
adjustable wrench that has one fixed and one adjustable jaw
Brass Monkey
An Australian lager beer
Brass Monkey
A brand of inexpensive liquor
Brass Monkey
A cocktail of vodka, rum and orange juice, sometimes with the addition of galliano
I'll be a monkey's uncle
(often preceded by well) expressing complete surprise or disbelief

Well I’ll be a monkey's uncle! I would never have thought that tourists would go into space!.

Madidi titi monkey
A primate of New World monkey from Bolivia, scientific name Callicebus aureipalatii
New World monkey
The four families of primates that are found in Central America and South America: the Cebidae, Aotidae, Pitheciidae and Atelidae
Old World monkey
A group of primates, falling in the superfamily Cercopithecoidea in the clade Catarrhini
bare-eared squirrel monkey
A squirrel monkey endemic to Brazil
brass monkey
Very cold

It's brass monkey weather today, isn't it?.

butt monkey
An annoying and irksome person

Some bloody butt-monkey rear-ends me.

butt monkey
An object of abuse and ridicule

Don't do wrong to others and it should come back to you tenfold. OK, so there are several years that I was Karma's butt-monkey for not obeying that simple rule.

capuchin monkey
A New World monkey of the genus Cebus, coloured black on the top of the head
cheeky monkey
An impudent person
chunky monkey
A mildly obese person

When he was in seventh grade, he was a chunky monkey. Even though he played football, he still was called a “fat ass” on more than one occasion by a small group of jocks who were shaving at age twelve.

give a monkey's
Care whatsoever; give a toss; give two hoots
golden palace monkey
A primate of New World monkey from Bolivia, scientific name Callicebus aureipalatii
grease monkey
A mechanic, often with the specific connotation of an automobile mechanic

I'm no grease monkey, but I can manage to change out my engine's spark plugs without assistance.

grease-monkey
A (car) mechanic
green monkey
An Old World monkey of the genus Chlorocebus
green monkey disease
A viral disease of humans and primates originating in green monkeys, caused by the Marburg virus
howler monkey
A loud Central American and South American monkey of the genus Alouatta
infinite monkey theorem
The proposition that a monkey, hitting typewriter keys at random will produce a large amount of sensible text (typically a work by Shakespeare) given an infinite amount of time
juice monkey
A steroid or testosterone abuser
make a monkey of
Alternative form of make a monkey out of
make a monkey out of
To cause a person, group, or action to appear foolish or inferior; to subject someone or something to ridicule

It is very difficult to make a monkey out of policy makers who can read and write and can argue a case logically.

mud monkey
a piece of faeces

When you dook in the urinal, it's bad, m'kay! How would you feel... if somebody came into your home, m'kay, pulled down their pants and laid a big mud monkey right on your mom's face? Oh you think that's funny, huh?! Yeah, that's real funny!.

native monkey
A koala

It forms the genus Phascolarctos, and is called by the colonists “native bear” or “native monkey.”.

not give a monkey's
Not to have the slightest interest or concern
phone monkey
A receptionist or secretary charged with receiving or vetting phone calls
porch monkey
A lazy black person

e are concerned that outright harassment such as being called nigger, jungle bunny, porch monkey, boy, son, etc., is occurring entirely too much..

powder monkey
A skier or snowboarder who avidly seeks out the “powder” (light, dry, fluffy snow)

There are lots of fine cutovers into untouched sugar for powder monkeys (snow permitting, of course).

powder monkey
The persons employed to carry gun powder from the ship's magazine to the gun deck during a battle; in the 18th century Royal British and U. S. Navies, this task (also carrying water) during battles became a permanent nickname for the ship's cabin boys and apprentice seamen
powder monkey
An explosives expert. A person who sets explosives
rhesus monkey
The rhesus macaque, Macaca mulatta
script monkey
A hacker who has no talent other than for using other people's scripts
script monkey
An operator at a call centre who works entirely from scripts and is thus unable to help with any problems for which no script exists
scut monkey
New medical students, as they begin their clinical rotations (often after the first two years of a four-year medical program), or new residents who are rotating off-service
spank the monkey
To masturbate (male)

Dan said, I'm going to go home and spank the monkey..

spider monkey
Any New World monkey of the genus Ateles, with long, spindly limbs
squirrel monkey
any of several small New World monkeys, of the genus Saimiri, that live in Central and South America
make a monkey of someone
(Ev ile ilgili) Make someone look foolish
make a monkey out of someone
(Ev ile ilgili) Make someone look foolish
make a monkey of
(deyim) MAKE SOMEONE LOOK FOOLISH, make a fool of, make a laughing stock of, ridicule, make fun of, poke fun at
make a monkey out of
(deyim) MAKE SOMEONE LOOK FOOLISH, make a fool of, make a laughing stock of, ridicule, make fun of, poke fun at
porch monkey
A really lame/annoying person who is slightly out of step with the rest of the world

If your idea of a good party is sitting around with 3D glasses and staring at last year's SI swimsuit magazine while sipping an import, you are a major porch monkey.

rug monkey
Term for children, specifically one that's just been born
spider monkey
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A small thin South American monkey which uses its long tail to help it to move around in the branches of trees
A monkey
jackanapes
New World monkey
Any South American monkey (platyrrhine) species in either of two families: marmosets (Callitrichidae) or South American monkeys other than marmosets (Cebidae), including capuchins and spider monkeys. Platyrrhines have a broad nose, with a wide septum separating the outwardly directed nostrils, and relatively unopposable thumbs. Most species have a long tail, which in a few species is prehensile. See also Old World monkey
Old World monkey
Any of certain anthropoid primates of Africa and Asia (also called catarrhines), as distinguished from the New World monkeys (platyrrhines). Catarrhines are generally distinguished from platyrrhines in having a narrow nose, narrow septum, close-set nostrils directed forward or down, bony ear passages, two premolars in each half of each jaw, a nonprehensile tail (if any), and hard patches of bare skin (ischial callosities) on the buttocks. The terms Old World monkey and catarrhine usually apply only to members of the families Cercopithecidae (monkeys with cheek pouches: guenons, baboons, and others) and Colobidae (leaf monkeys) but may also include the families Hylobatidae (gibbons), Pongidae (apes), and Hominidae (human beings). See also colobus monkey; proboscis monkey; vervet monkey
Scopes Monkey Trial
1925 trial of Tennessee teacher John Scopes for violating state laws and teaching the theory of evolution in a public school (Scopes was found guilty but later acquitted)
bonnet monkey
Agile Indian macaque (Macaca radiata) named for the thatch of long hair forming a cap, or "bonnet," on the crown. It is grayish brown and has a hairless pink face. It is 14-24 in. (35-60 cm) long, excluding its 20-28-in. (50-70-cm) tail, and weighs 7-20 lbs (3-9 kg). It sometimes raids gardens or stores of food
brass monkey
a metal stand that formerly held cannon balls on sailing ships
capuchin monkey
Any of four species of tropical monkeys (genus Cebus) found from Nicaragua to Paraguay. Considered among the most intelligent New World monkeys, capuchins are named for their cap of crown hair, which resembles the cowl of Capuchin monks. These stocky, round-headed monkeys are 12-22 in. (30-55 cm) long, with a hairy, prehensile tail of about the same length, and are brown or black, sometimes with white markings. Capuchins live in troops, often in the treetops. They eat fruit and small animals and sometimes raid plantations for oranges and other food. Easily trained, they are valued as gentle pets
climb like a monkey
climb in a quick and agile manner
colobus monkey
Any of 10 species of long-tailed, essentially thumbless African Old World monkeys in the genus Colobus (family Cercopithecidae). Colobus monkeys are diurnal, generally gregarious vegetarians. They make long leaps from tree to tree. The four species of black-and-white colobus are 22-24 in. (55-60 cm) long, excluding the 30-32-in. (77-82-cm) tail. They are slender and have a long, silky coat. The five species of red colobus are brown or black with red markings and are 18-24 in. (46-60 cm) long, excluding the 16-31-in. (40-80-cm) tail. The olive colobus has short, olive-coloured fur. Several races of red colobus are considered endangered; other colobus species are vulnerable or rare
colobus monkey
{i} long-tailed arboreal monkey with long silky fur and undeveloped thumbs (native to western and central Africa)
grease monkey
A mechanic, especially one who works on motor vehicles or aircraft
grease monkey
automobile mechanic: someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobiles
grease monkey
mechanic, auto repairman (Slang)
green monkey
common savannah monkey with greenish-gray back and yellow tail
howler monkey
type of monkey that lives in Central and South America (males are known for making a loud howling sound)
howler monkey
Any of several monkeys of the genus Alouatta of tropical America, having a long prehensile tail and an extremely loud, howling call. Any of several species of slow-moving tropical American monkeys (genus Alouatta) noted for their roaring cries, which carry over a distance of 2-3 mi (3-5 km). Five widely distributed species are the largest New World monkeys, generally reaching lengths of 16-28 in. (40-70 cm), excluding the 20-30-in. (50-75-cm) tail. Howlers are stoutly built and bearded, with a hunched appearance and a thickly furred, prehensile tail. Their hair is long and thick and, depending on the species, black, brown, or red. Howlers live in groups in territories mapped out by howling matches with neighbouring clans. They feed primarily on leaves
howler monkey
monkey of tropical South American forests having a loud howling cry
like a monkey
climbs just like a monkey does, loves to climb
monkeys
third-person singular of monkey
monkeys
Plural of monkey
new world monkey
hairy-faced arboreal monkeys having widely separated nostrils and long usually prehensile tails
old world monkey
of Africa or Arabia or Asia; having nonprehensile tails and nostrils close together
packet monkey
{i} unskilled computer joker who attempts to imitate skilled hackers by downloading and using their programs; person who tries unauthorized access of the computers of others in order to obtain information from those computers or to do damage to the computers
powder monkey
person who works with explosives; person who worked on a warship and carried gunpowder
powder monkey
One who carries or sets explosives
powder monkey
someone who carries explosives (as from the magazine to the guns on board a warship)
proboscis monkey
Borneo monkey having a long bulbous nose
proboscis monkey
Species (Nasalis larvatus, family Cercopithecidae) of long-tailed arboreal Old World monkey of swampy mangrove forests on Borneo. Diurnal vegetarians, they live in groups of about
proboscis monkey
They are red-brown with pale underparts; the young monkey has a blue face. The male's nose is long and pendulous, the female's is smaller, and the young's is upturned. Males are 22-28 in. (56-72 cm) long, have a 26-29-in. (66-75-cm) tail, and weigh 26-53 lbs (12-24 kg); females are smaller and much lighter
rhesus monkey
A brownish monkey (Macaca mulatta) of India, used extensively in biological and medical research. a small monkey from northern India that is often used in medical tests (Rhesus in ancient Greek stories, a king of Thrace). Sand-coloured macaque (Macaca mulatta), widespread in South and Southeast Asian forests. Rhesus monkeys are 17-25 in. (43-64 cm) long, excluding the furry 8-12-in. (20-30-cm) tail, and weigh 10-24 lb (4.5-11 kg). They eat fruits, seeds, roots, herbs, and insects. They are held sacred in some parts of India. Hardy in captivity, highly intelligent, and lively, they make good pets when young but may become bad-tempered as adults. They have been used frequently in medical research. The determination of the Rh (from rhesus) factor in human blood involves reaction with the blood of this species. See also Rh blood-group system
small monkey
little monkey
spider monkey
Any of several tropical American monkeys of the genus Ateles, having long legs and a long prehensile tail and lacking a thumb. Any of four species (family Cebidae) of diurnal, arboreal New World monkeys found from Mexico to Brazil. Long-limbed and somewhat potbellied, they are 14-26 in. (35-66 cm) long and have thumbless hands and a heavily furred, prehensile 24-36-in. (60-92-cm) tail. The coat is gray, reddish, brown, or black. They swing through branches, using their tails and hands, or leap or drop spread-eagled from tree to tree. They eat fruit, nuts, flowers, and buds. They are used in laboratory studies of malaria, to which they are susceptible. Though sometimes kept as pets, adults are likely to throw tantrums and may be dangerous
spider monkey
arboreal monkey of tropical America with long slender legs and long prehensile tail
squirrel monkey
Any of several small, brightly colored arboreal monkeys of the genus Saimiri, widely distributed in South and Central American tropical forest regions, having a white face with black nose and mouth, short fur, and a long nonprehensile tail. Any of several species (genus Saimiri, family Cebidae) of arboreal New World monkeys, found in groups of up to several hundred during the day in riverside forests of Central and South America. They eat fruit, insects, and small animals. They are 10-16 in. (25-40 cm) long and have a heavy, nonprehensile, black-tipped tail, 15-19 in. (37-47 cm) long. They have a small white face, large eyes, and large, usually tufted, ears. The short, soft coat is grayish to greenish, with yellow or orange arms, hands, and feet. The crown of the common squirrel monkey (S. sciureus) is olive or grayish; the red-backed squirrel monkey (S. oerstedii) has a black crown and reddish back
squirrel monkey
type of small monkey that lives in Central and South America
squirrel monkey
small long-tailed monkey of Central American and South America with greenish fur and black muzzle
throw a monkey wrench into something
cause something to fail
vervet monkey
or vervet Any of several African races of slim, arboreal, diurnal Old World monkeys of the guenon species Cercopithecus aethiops and C. pygerythrus (family Cercopithecidae). They have large cheek pouches. The arms and legs are long, and the nonprehensile tail is longer than the head-and-body length of 12-26 in. (30-65 cm). The soft, dense fur of many species has a speckled effect and bold markings of white or bright colours. The face, chin, hands, and feet of C. aethiops races are black
vervet monkey
South African monkey with black face and hands
water monkey
A jar or bottle, as of porous earthenware, in which water is cooled by evaporation
woolly monkey
large monkeys with dark skin and woolly fur of the Amazon and Orinoco basins
monkey
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