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Translation of "nature" - English-Spanish dictionary

nature

noun   /ˈneɪ·tʃər/
A2 [no plural] all the plants, creatures, and things that exist in the world that are not made by people naturaleza I like to get out and enjoy nature.
someone’s character naturaleza It is not in his nature to be rude.
(Definition of nature from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nature

noun /ˈneitʃə/
the physical world, eg trees, plants, animals, mountains, rivers etc, or the power which made them naturaleza the beauty of nature the forces of nature the study of nature.
the qualities born in a person; personality carácter She has a generous nature.
quality; what something is or consists of naturaleza What is the nature of your work?
a kind, type etc tipo 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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