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A large terrestrial monkey (Mandrillus sphinx) of dense forests of west-central Africa, having an olive-brown body with a brightly colored rump and face that are especially pronounced in the male.
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(Animals) an Old World monkey, Mandrillus sphinx, of W Africa. It has a short tail and brown hair, and the ridged muzzle, nose, and hindquarters are red and blue
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a large W African baboon, Mandrillus sphinx: the male has a ribbed, blue and scarlet muzzle.
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|Noun||1.||mandrill - baboon of west Africa with a bright red and blue muzzle and blue hindquarters|
baboon - large terrestrial monkeys having doglike muzzles
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mandrill[ˈmændrɪl] N → mandril m
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n → Mandrill m
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mandrill[ˈmændrɪl] n (monkey) → mandrillo
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