Noun: обезьяна проказник кривляка тележка подъемного крана
Verb: соваться дурачиться передразнивать вмешиваться


to have a monkey on one's house - заложить дом

monkey-engine - лебёдка копра

monkey entry - горизонтальная выработка малого сечения; вентиляционная выработка

monkey face - треугольная соединительная планка

monkey guide - направляющая для сваезабивной бабы

monkey hair - ископаемая смола в виде шерстистых комков

monkey hand - атрофическая кисть Арана - Дюшенна; атрофическая кисть Арана-Дюшенна

monkey meat - низкосортное жёсткое мясо

monkey milk - цементная растворная смесь для текущего ремонта бетонных конструкций

monkey-nut oil - масло из земляных орехов

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Stop that, you little monkey! - А ну-ка прекрати, проказник!

Somebody's been monkeying with my papers again. - Кто-то опять рылся в моих бумагах.

The monkey rattled the bars of his cage. - Обезьяна гремела прутьями своей клетки.

To be honest I don't give a monkey's what they do. - Честно говоря, плевать мне на то, что они делают.

The monkey has a prehensile tail. - У этой обезьяны цепкий хвост.

Did you like the bit about the monkey? - Вам понравился эпизод про обезьяну?

He's quite a cheeky little monkey, isn't he? - Какой нахальный проказник, а?

A baby monkey clasps its mother's fur tightly. - Обезьяний детёныш крепко хватается за шерсть матери.

The hoop-hoop-hoop of the large black-bodied monkey. - Победный крик большой чёрной обезьяны.

The new nanny will not tolerate such monkey business from her charges. - Новая няня не потерпит таких шалостей от своих подопечных.

Our teacher warned us not to try any monkey business while she was out of the room. - Учительница предупредила, чтобы мы не дурачились, пока её не будет в классе.

I knew a window would soon get broken, with all those children monkeying around in the garden. - Я знал, что стекло скоро разобьют, ведь в саду играло столько детей.

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Связанные термины:

code monkey: a computer programmer who is able to perform only routine tasks

leaf monkey: any of various agile arboreal Old World monkeys of the genus Presbytis and related genera, of S and SE Asia having a slender body, long tail and hands, and long hair surrounding the face

monkey bars: Monkey bars are metal or wooden bars that are joined together to form a structure for children to climb and play on.

monkey nut: a leguminous plant, Arachis hypogaea, of tropical America: widely cultivated for its edible seeds . The seed pods are forced underground where they ripen

monkey suit: a man's evening dress

bonnet monkey: an Indian macaque, Macaca radiata, with a bonnet-like tuft of hair

brass monkey: → it's cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey

grease monkey: a mechanic, esp one who works on cars or aircraft

green monkey: a W African variety of a common guenon monkey, Cercopithecus aethiops, having greenish-brown fur and a dark face

howler monkey: any of a genus ( Alouatta, family Cebidae) of large New World monkeys with a loud, howling cry and a long, prehensile tail

monkey bread: the gourdlike fruit of the baobab tree

monkey climb: a wrestling throw in which a contestant seizes his or her opponent's arms or neck, places his feet on the opponent's stomach, and falls backwards, straightening the legs and throwing the opponent over his or her head

monkey engine: a pile-driver

monkey flower: any of various scrophulariaceous plants of the genus Mimulus, cultivated for their yellow or red flowers

monkey gland: the testicle of an ape or monkey, said to have a revitalizing effect on humans when administered by grafting or adding the essence to the bloodstream

monkey house: a cage or enclosure in a zoo where monkeys are kept

monkey jacket: a short close-fitting jacket, esp a waist-length jacket similar to a mess jacket

monkey orchid: a European orchid, Orchis simia, rare in Britain, having a short dense flower spike that opens from the top downwards . The flowers are white streaked with pink or violet and have five spurs thought to resemble a monkey's arms, legs, and tail

monkey puzzle: a South American coniferous tree, Araucaria araucana, having branches shaped like a candelabrum and stiff sharp leaves: family Araucariaceae

monkey tricks: mischievous behaviour or acts, such as practical jokes

monkey wrench: a wrench with adjustable jaws

powder monkey: (formerly) a boy who carried powder from the magazine to the guns on warships

rhesus monkey: a macaque monkey, Macaca mulatta, of S Asia: used extensively in medical research

spider monkey: any of several arboreal New World monkeys of the genus Ateles, of Central and South America, having very long legs, a long prehensile tail, and a small head

woolly monkey: either of two large New World monkeys Lagothrix lagotricha, with black skin and dark, woolly fur, and L . flavicauda, similar but with a buffy face patch and a yellow-banded tail, native to forests of the Amazon and Orinoco basins : L. lagotricha is a vulnerable species and L. flavicauda critically endangered

monkey business: dishonest or unacceptable behaviour

squirrel monkey: a small New World monkey, Saimiri sciureus, of N South American forests, having a yellowish-green coat and orange feet and limbs

proboscis monkey: an Old World monkey, Nasalis larvatus, of Borneo, with an elongated bulbous nose

give a monkey's: to care about or regard as important

monkey bread tree: a bombacaceous tree, Adansonia digitata, native to Africa, that has a very thick trunk, large white flowers, and a gourdlike fruit with an edible pulp called monkey bread

monkey's wedding: a combination of sunshine and light rain

New World monkey: any monkey of the family Cebidae, of Central and South America, having widely separated nostrils : many are arboreal and have a prehensile tail

Old World monkey: any monkey of the family Cercopithecidae, including macaques, baboons, and mandrills . They are more closely related to anthropoid apes than are the New World monkeys, having nostrils that are close together and nonprehensile tails

douroucouli: a nocturnal omnivorous New World monkey, Aotus trivirgatus, of Central and South America, with large eyes, thick fur, and a round head with pale and dark markings

green monkey disease: a severe, sometimes fatal, viral disease of the green monkey, which may be transmitted to humans. Symptoms include fever, vomiting, and internal bleeding

woolly spider monkey: a rare related monkey, Brachyteles arachnoides, of SE Brazil

not give a monkey's: to not care at all

Rhesus: a king of Thrace, who arrived in the tenth year of the Trojan War to aid Troy . Odysseus and Diomedes stole his horses because an oracle had said that if these horses drank from the River Xanthus, Troy would not fall

a monkey on one's back: addiction to a drug

make a monkey (out) of: to make appear foolish or laughable

Chile pine: a South American coniferous tree, Araucaria araucana, having branches shaped like a candelabrum and stiff sharp leaves: family Araucariaceae

mimulus: any of various scrophulariaceous plants of the genus Mimulus, cultivated for their yellow or red flowers

have a monkey on your back: to have a serious problem that is making your life difficult or unpleasant

red-backed squirrel monkey: a related species, Saimiri oerstedi, of Central America, having a reddish coat and dark brown limbs

the organ grinder's monkey: someone who is closely associated with a powerful person and acts on their behalf, but has no real power themselves

throw a monkey wrench into: to disrupt the orderly functioning or realization of

have a monkey on one's back: to be troubled by a persistent problem

make a monkey out of someone: to make someone seem ridiculous or stupid

peanut: Peanuts are small nuts that grow under the ground . Peanuts are often eaten as a snack, especially roasted and salted .

it's cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey: the weather is freezing cold

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Однокоренные слова:

monkeyish - обезьяний, шаловливый
powder-monkey - подрывник, мальчик, подносящий порох, подносчик пороха

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