Humans - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈhjuːmənz|
Brit.  |ˈhjuːmənz|
- this word is used as a plural form of the nounhuman


Problems that have occurred throughout human history

She is a very kind and human person.

The dog's expression was almost human.

The assembly line was a human machine.

Everyone held hands and formed a human chain.

Most humans are social beings.

Few cases of the disease have been observed in humans.

How are humans different from the rest of creation?

the comparison of monkeys to humans

Humans are unique among mammals in several respects.

Her theory rejects the basic proposition that humans evolved from apes.

Humans possess the power of reasoning.

Do you think scientists should clone humans? ancient folklore faeries were often portrayed as powerful beings who could wreak havoc on the lives of humans...

...the frigid Arctic is not habitable for amphibians and reptiles—or for humans, either, for that matter...

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