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Translation of "nest" - English-Spanish dictionary

nest

noun   /nest/
a home built by birds for their eggs nido
verb   /nest/
to live in a nest or build a nest anidar
(Definition of nest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nest

noun /nest/
a structure or place in which birds (and some animals and insects) hatch or give birth to and look after their young nido The swallows are building a nest under the roof of our house a wasp’s nest.
nestling /-liŋ/ noun
a young bird (still in the nest). pajarito
nest-egg noun
a sum of money saved up for the future. ahorros
(Definition of nest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nest”
in Korean 둥지…
in Arabic عُش…
in Malaysian sarang…
in French nid…
in Russian гнездо…
in Chinese (Traditional) 家, (鳥類或昆蟲的)窩,巢, (某些動物的)穴…
in Italian nido…
in Turkish kuş yuvası, yuva…
in Polish gniazdo…
in Vietnamese tổ chim…
in Portuguese ninho…
in Thai รังนก…
in German das Nest…
in Catalan niu…
in Japanese (鳥などの)巣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 家, (鸟类或昆虫的)窝,巢, 某些动物的穴…
in Indonesian sarang…
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