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inhabit

verb /inˈhabit/
(of people, animals etc ) to live in (a region etc)
habitar
Polar bears inhabit the Arctic region That house is now inhabited by a Polish family.
inhabitable adjective (opposite uninhabitable) fit to be lived in The building was no longer inhabitable. inhabitant noun a person or animal that lives permanently in a place
habitante
the inhabitants of the village tigers, leopards, and other inhabitants of the jungle.
Translations of “inhabit”
in Korean -에 살다…
in Arabic يَسْكُن, يُقيم…
in French habiter…
in Italian abitare, vivere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 居住於…
in Russian жить, населять…
in Turkish oturmak, yaşamak…
in Polish zamieszkiwać…
in Portuguese habitar…
in German (be)wohnen…
in Catalan habitar…
in Japanese ~に住む…
in Chinese (Simplified) 居住于…
(Definition of inhabit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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