1. (animal) 
a. el simio (M) 
Humans and apes share many characteristics.Los humanos comparten muchas características con los simios.
b. el mono (M) 
We went to see the apes at the zoo.Fuimos a ver los monos al zoológico.
2. (colloquial) (oafish person) 
Her boyfriend is a real ape - so clumsy and boorish.Su novio es un verdadero bruto: tan torpe y tosco.
b. el patoso (M)la patosa (F) (Spain) 
I'm not going out with that chauvinist ape!¡No voy a salir con ese patoso machista!
transitive verb
3. (to imitate) 
a. imitar 
He felt he had to ape their ways to be accepted by the group.Sentía que tenía que imitar sus modales para ser aceptado por el grupo.
b. remedar a 
Children often ape their elders.Los niños a menudo remedan a sus mayores.
1. (animal) 
a. el simio (M) 
2. (lose one's temper) 
a. ponerse hecho(a) una furia (por) 
3. (enthuse) 
a. ponerse como loco(a; por or con) 
b. despendolarse (por or con) (Spain) 
transitive verb
4. (imitate) 
a. imitar, remedar 
ape [eɪp]
1 (Zool) mono (m); simio (m); antropoide (m)
to go ape (US) (lose one's temper) ponerse como un energúmeno (informal); ponerse hecho una fiera (informal)
When she picked up a record, he went apeshit because he was worried she might bend the sleeve
(go crazy) ponerse como una moto (very_informal)
2 (person)
you (great) ape! ¡bestia! (informal)
transitive verb
imitar; remedar
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