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Turkish translation of “hibernate”

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verb [I]
If an animal hibernates, it goes to sleep for the winter.
kış uykusuna yatmak
Animal (non-human) behaviourSleep and sleeping
/ˌhaɪbəˈneɪʃən/ noun [U]
kış uykusuna yatma (hayvanlar)
Bears go into hibernation in the autumn.
Translations of “hibernate”
in Korean 동면하다…
in Arabic يَبيت بَياتًا شِتَويًا…
in French hiberner…
in Italian andare in letargo, essere in letargo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (某些動物)冬眠…
in Russian находиться в зимней спячке…
in Polish zapadać w sen zimowy…
in Spanish hibernar…
in Portuguese hibernar…
in German überwintern…
in Catalan hivernar…
in Japanese 冬眠する…
in Chinese (Simplified) (某些动物)冬眠…
(Definition of hibernate from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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