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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hominoids

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of hominoids:
/hɑmənojdz/

Derived Form of hominoids

noun
root word: hominoid
plural: hominoids
verb
root word: hominoid
Noun: hominoid
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a primate of the superfamily Hominoidea
Type ofprimates,
TypesAegyptopithecus*, Algeripithecus minutus*, proconsuls,
Part ofHominoidea, superfamily Hominoidea,

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  1. that the first hominoids evolved,
  2. And we know that hominoids didnt originate on that continent.
  3. They both share some of the same basic features in their teeth and skulls with later hominoids,
  4. This left early hominoids with fewer of their preferred foods, like fruits, and more lower-quality
  5. Which is why its around this time, about 16 million years ago, that we see hominoids
  6. Once hominoids made it into the warm, humid forests of Europe, they diversified and spread
  7. Well, like all apes, the apes of Europe were hominoids, so they are part of our superfamily.
  8. Most anthropologists agree that our earliest ape-like ancestors -- early hominoids like
  9. and that the hominoids that eventually evolved into us remained in Africa, and evolved there
  10. this question -- about when, where and exactly how the hominoids gave rise to hominins -- is
  11. And all living hominoids - including you - share features that are related to having an upright
  12. it has in common with hominoids, like living in trees.
  13. Youre a member of the hominoids, one of all the apes that has ever existed, and youre
  14. years ago we've got the first evidence of hominoids.
  15. hominoids split off from a common ancestor.
  16. onto the tree of the hominoids.
  17. there have been hominoids, look like human beings but are