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nature reservenoun [C]

 us   /ˈneɪ·tʃər rɪˌzɜrv/ (also nature preserve)
an ​area of ​landprotected by the ​government so that ​plants and ​animals can ​live there without being harmed
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nature reservenoun [C]

uk   /ˈneɪ.tʃə rɪˌzɜːv/  us   /ˈneɪ.tʃɚ rɪˌzɝːv/
an ​area of ​land that is ​protected in ​order to ​keepsafe the ​animals and ​plants that ​live there, often because they are ​rare
(Definition of nature reserve from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “nature reserve”
in Arabic مَحمِيّة طَبيعيّة…
in Korean 자연 보호구역…
in Portuguese reserva natural…
in Catalan reserva natural…
in Japanese 自然保護区…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自然保护区…
in Turkish doğal/tabiî koruma alanı…
in Russian заповедник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自然保育區…
in Italian riserva naturale…
in Polish rezerwat przyrody…
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