Ape ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Ape ( noun )

  1. A primate of a group that includes monkeys, tarsiers, and lemurs.
  2. An imitator; a mimic.

Origin:

Old english apa, of west germanic origin; related to dutch aap and german affe.

Examples:

  1. The ape in the zoo was very active and playful.
  2. Apes are closely related to humans and share many characteristics with them.
  3. The ape was seen swinging from branch to branch.
  4. He was an ape of fashion, always following the latest trends.
  5. The ape's behavior was observed by the scientist for research.

(As a verb)

Ape ( verb )

  1. A primate of a group that includes monkeys, tarsiers, and lemurs.
  2. An imitator; a mimic.

Origin:

Old english apa, of west germanic origin; related to dutch aap and german affe.

Examples:

  1. The ape in the zoo was very active and playful.
  2. Apes are closely related to humans and share many characteristics with them.
  3. The ape was seen swinging from branch to branch.
  4. He was an ape of fashion, always following the latest trends.
  5. The ape's behavior was observed by the scientist for research.
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