nature translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "nature" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /ˈneitʃə/
the physical world, eg trees, plants, animals, mountains, rivers etc, or the power which made them
the beauty of nature the forces of nature the study of nature.
the qualities born in a person; personality
She has a generous nature.
quality; what something is or consists of
What is the nature of your work?
a kind, type etc
bankers and other people of that nature.
-natured suffix having a certain type of personality
de carácter…
good-natured ill-natured.
in the nature of having the qualities of
algo así como
His words were in the nature of a threat.
nature reserve noun an area of land where animals and plants are protected from harm by people
reserva natural
Rare flowers flourish in the nature reserve.
(Definition of nature from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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