Idiom: Monkey see, monkey do
Meaning: This idiom means that children will learn their behaviour by copying what they see happening around them.Country: International English | Subject Area: Animals | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Make a monkey of someone
- Monkey business
- Grease monkey
- Not give a monkey's
- Slowly, slowly catchy monkey
- Get the monkey off your back
- Throw a monkey wrench into the works
- I'll be a monkey's uncle
- Speak to the organ grinder not the monkey
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