Definition of 'mankind'
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This nightmare is indeed a possible future for mankind. Infinite in All Directions (1989)Sharing a genuine concern for the future of mankind? Times, Sunday Times (2007)It remains the best and only hope we have for the future of mankind. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is this the future for mankind? Times, Sunday Times (2014)But the machines didn't rise up and destroy mankind. The Sun (2011)We're both working to save mankind. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Destiny is set in the far future, when mankind faces extinction from an alien force. Times, Sunday Times (2014)From today, mankind will have used more natural resources in this calendar year than can be replaced. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They had a romantic belief in mankind's ability to change the world by an act of will. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He explains with a straight face that he has come to 2016 because only you can save mankind. Times, Sunday Times (2016)SPORT has been helping keep mankind healthy since the dawn of time. The Sun (2013)I feel strongly that this is the best location from which to save mankind. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This widely panned science fiction effort follows the familiar storyline of humans fighting to save mankind after aliens invade Earth. The Sun (2015)It is essentially the story of a man who is a completely different race to humankind who has taken it upon himself to help mankind survive. The Sun (2013)Rather, it is my plea to the audience to encourage mankind to help one another and to see the world as a unified whole. Christianity Today (2000)One thing is clear: the foundations of science were built on mankind's ability to reason intuitively. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The planet has gone through two Ice Ages and managed to warm up again without the help of mankind. The Sun (2012)That volcanic energy erupted about 20 or 30 years ago when he discovered that there existed a hydrogen bomb capable of destroying mankind. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The essential amino acids During the course of evolution, mankind lost the ability to make some amino acids so they must be supplied from diet. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)
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Translations for 'mankind'
British English: mankind /ˌmænˈkaɪnd/ NOUN
You can refer to all human beings as mankind when you are considering them as a group.
We hope for a better future for all mankind.
- American English: mankind
- Arabic: بَشَرِيَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: humanidade
- Chinese: 人类
- Croatian: ljudski rod
- Czech: lidstvo
- Danish: menneskeheden
- Dutch: mensheid
- European Spanish: género humano
- Finnish: ihmiskunta
- French: humanité
- German: Menschheit
- Greek: ανθρωπότητα
- Italian: umanità
- Japanese: 人類
- Korean: 인류
- Norwegian: menneskeheten
- Polish: rodzaj ludzki
- European Portuguese: humanidade
- Romanian: omenire
- Russian: человечество
- Spanish: género humano
- Swedish: mänskligheten
- Thai: มนุษยชาติ
- Turkish: insanlık
- Ukrainian: людство
- Vietnamese: nhân loại
Definition of mankind from the Collins English Dictionary
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