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English - Turkish
{s} dev gibi
{s} kocaman

Mary, mamutları hayata geri getirmek istiyor. - Mary wants to bring mammoths back to life.

Sibirya'da donmuş bir mamut bulundu. - A frozen mammoth has been found in Siberia.

(isim) mamut
i., zool. mamut. s. devasa, muazzam
gayet iri
(Hukuk) çok geniş
(Hukuk) çok büyük
(Hukuk) muazzam
mammoth bone
mamut kemiği
mammoth task
mamut görev
English - English
A large, hairy, extinct elephant-like mammal. Scientific name: Mammuthus
Something very large of its kind
Very large
{n} the name given to an animal now extinct, of the elephant kind
{i} extinct hairy elephantlike mammal which lived in the Northern Hemisphere during the Pleistocene Epoch
Resembling the mammoth in size; very large; gigantic; as, a mammoth ox
any of numerous extinct elephants widely distributed in the Pleistocene; extremely large with hairy coats and long upcurved tusks
An extinct, hairy, maned elephant (Elephas primigenius), of enormous size, remains of which are found in the northern parts of both continents
so exceedingly large or extensive as to suggest a giant or mammoth; "a gigantic redwood"; "gigantic disappointment"; "a mammoth ship"; "a mammoth multinational corporation"
A mammoth was an animal like an elephant, with very long tusks and long hair, that lived a long time ago but no longer exists. extremely large = enormous, gigantic gigantic. an animal like a large hairy elephant that lived on Earth thousands of years ago. Any of several species (genus Mammuthus) of extinct elephants whose fossils have been found in Pleistocene deposits (beginning 1.8 million years ago) on every continent except Australia and South America. The woolly, Northern, or Siberian mammoth (M. primigenius) is the best-known species because the Siberian permafrost preserved numerous carcasses intact. Most species were about the size of modern elephants; some were much smaller. The North American imperial mammoth (M. imperator) grew to a shoulder height of 14 ft (4 m). Many species had a short, woolly undercoat and a long, coarse outer coat. Mammoths had a high, domelike skull and small ears. Their long, downward-pointing tusks sometimes curved over each other. Cave paintings show them traveling in herds. Mammoths survived until about 10,000 years ago; hunting by humans may have been a cause of their extinction. See also mastodon
emphasis You can use mammoth to emphasize that a task or change is very large and needs a lot of effort to achieve. the mammoth task of relocating the library = massive
The last of the race, in Europe, were coeval with prehistoric man
{s} gigantic, huge, enormous
Mammoth Cave National Park
National park, southwest-central Kentucky, U.S. The park, authorized in 1926 and established in 1941, occupies a surface area of 82 sq mi (212 sq km) that covers a system of limestone caverns. In 1972 a passage was discovered linking the Mammoth Cave and the Flint Ridge Cave System; the explored underground passages have a combined length of some 329 mi (530 km). The caves are inhabited by various animals that have undergone evolutionary adaptation to the dark, including cave crickets, blindfish, and blind crayfish. Mummified Indian bodies, possibly of pre-Columbian origin, have been found in the caves
mammoth cave national park
a national park in Kentucky having a large cavern and an underground river
woolly mammoth
A very hairy mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius, widespread in colder regions of the Northern Hemisphere during the Pleistocene period
wooly mammoth
Alternative spelling of woolly mammoth
columbian mammoth
a variety of mammoth
imperial mammoth
largest known mammoth; of America
plural of mammoth
woolly mammoth
A Pleistocene mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) once widespread in the cold regions of the Northern Hemisphere
woolly mammoth
very hairy mammoth common in colder portions of the northern hemisphere