Bedeutung von “wild” — Learner’s Dictionary

wild

adjective us uk /waɪld/
Extra Examples
The river is fringed with wild flowers.Most wild otters have disappeared from populated areas, to say nothing of wilderness areas.I'll have the pasta with wild mushrooms.The study examines the medicinal properties of wild plants.The plains provide grazing land for a wide variety of wild animals.
ANIMAL

A2 A wild animal or plant lives or grows in its natural environment and not where people live:

a wild dog
wild flowers
LAND

B2 Wild land is in a completely natural state:

a wild garden
ENERGETIC

B2 very energetic and not controlled:

a wild party
wild dancing
WEATHER

with a lot of wind, rain, etc:

a wild and stormy night
a wild accusation/guess/rumour, etc

something that you say which is not based on facts and is probably wrong

be wild about sth informal

to be very enthusiastic about something:

He's wild about jazz.
wildness noun [ U ]

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(Definition von “wild adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)