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Meaning of “nature reserve” - Learner’s Dictionary

nature reserve

noun [C]    
a place where animals and plants live and are protectedEnvironmental issuesRubbish and wasteProtection and protectorsZoos and wildlife reserves
Translations of “nature reserve”
in Korean 자연 보호구역…
in Arabic مَحمِيّة طَبيعيّة…
in Portuguese reserva natural…
in Catalan reserva natural…
in Japanese 自然保護区…
in Italian riserva naturale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自然保育區…
in Russian заповедник…
in Turkish doğal/tabiî koruma alanı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自然保护区…
in Polish rezerwat przyrody…
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