nest noun (HOME) translate to Mandarin Chinese

Translation of "nest" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary


noun [C] (HOME)
a structure built by birds or insects to leave their eggs in to develop, and by some other animals to give birth or live in
a bird's nest
a wasps'/hornets' nest
a rat's nest
Cuckoos are famous for laying their eggs in the nests of other birds.
The alligators build their nests out of grass near the water's edge.
Animal dwellings - naturalAnimal Dwellings - man-made
a comfortable home
when the children grow up and leave the nest
a place where something unpleasant or unwanted has developed
The diplomats have been sent home because their embassy has become a nest of spies and espionage.
Unpleasant placesPlaces and locations
Translations of “nest”
in Arabic عُش…
in Korean 둥지…
in Malaysian sarang…
in French nid…
in Turkish kuş yuvası, yuva…
in Italian nido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 家, (鳥類或昆蟲的)窩,巢, (某些動物的)穴…
in Russian гнездо…
in Polish gniazdo…
in Vietnamese tổ chim…
in Spanish nido…
in Portuguese ninho…
in Thai รังนก…
in German das Nest…
in Catalan niu…
in Japanese (鳥などの)巣…
in Indonesian sarang…
(Definition of nest noun (HOME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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