hominid

英 ['hɒmɪnɪd] 美 ['hɑmɪnɪd]
  • n. 原始人类;人科动物
  • adj. 人类及其祖先的
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hominid 人科

homin-,人,-id,相似,外观。引申词义人科。

hominid (n.)
1889, "family of mammals represented by man," from Modern Latin Hominidæ the biological family name, coined 1825 from Latin homo (genitive hominis) "man" (see homunculus). As an adjective from 1915.
1. In 1927, at Chou - k'ou - tien, near Peking, a hominid lower molar of unusual pattern was discovered.
1927年, 在北京附近的周口店发现一颗形状异常的人类下臼齿.

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2. Hominid their children, not to worry maid abuse, neglect of school discipline.
原始人自己带孩子, 不用担佣人虐待 、 学校疏于管教.

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3. But attributing a hominid's bantam size to the so - called island rule was a first.
但是以 所谓 [岛规则]释弗洛瑞斯人的侏儒身材,只是讨论的起点.

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4. As a physical anthropologist, I have studied early hominid bones and reconstructed specimens of our predecessors.
身为体质人类学家, 我曾研究过早期人类及人类祖先的骨头,也曾重建人类祖先的样貌.

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5. The ETI would be to us as we would be to this early hominid — godlike.
这个ETI对我们来说,就如同我们之于这位古早的人类祖先——像上帝一样.

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