1. (animal) 
We saw a pregnant female monkey at the zoo.Vimos una mona embarazada en el zoo.
2. (colloquial) (misbehaved child) 
a. el diablillo (M)la diablilla (F) (colloquial) 
Your children act like a bunch of monkeys. I can't stand them.Tus niños se comportan como una cuerda de diablillos. No los soporto.
1. (animal) 
a. el mono (M) 
2. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
to make a monkey out of somebodytomarle el pelo a alguien
3. (colloquial) (United Kingdom) 
a. no direct translation 
I don't give a monkey'sme importa un pito
4. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
monkey businessbribonadas fpl
monkey puzzle treearaucaria f
monkey wrenchllave inglesa
5. (naughty child) 
a. el diablillo (M) 
monkey [ˈmʌŋkɪ]
(Zool) mono (m); (child) diablillo (m)
I don't give a monkey's me importa un rábano (informal)
to make a monkey out of sb poner a algn en ridículo
monkey business (n) (dishonest) trapisondas (f); tejemanejes (m)
there was some monkey business going on
(mischievous) travesuras (f); diabluras (f)
monkey nut (n) (Britain) cacahuete (m); maní (m); (LAm) cacahuate (m); (Méx)
monkey puzzle (n) (Bot) araucaria (f)
monkey shines (n) (US)
monkey tricks See culture box in entry monkey.
monkey suit (n) traje (m) de etiqueta; esmoquin (m)
I remember wearing a monkey suit to a Cambridge May ball
monkey tricks (n) travesuras (f)
monkey wrench (n) llave (f) inglesa
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