Definition of 'jungle'
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He has now asked producers to keep it in a safe place for him until he leaves the jungle. The Sun (2016)We had a coffee and set off into the jungle under a full moon. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Can you hear the beat of those jungle drums? The Sun (2014)They stayed for six weeks and taught survival techniques and jungle fighting. The Sun (2007)Over the decades they have emerged from desert islands and tropical jungles. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This rumble in the concrete jungle looks like running for some time. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Much of the jungle in Sumatra remains as it was when western eyes first sighted it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In its place is a jungle, shrunk down to about chest height. Ice Time: Climate, Science, and Life on Earth (1990)So what sort of hazards will they face in the Australian jungle? Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is lightweight, yet durable enough for the urban jungle. The Sun (2012)The dense jungle also comes across well, as do the beach scenes. The Sun (2008)When was the last time he failed to comment about anything, including jungle drums? The Sun (2011)She said there is a good voice which tells her she is doing well and a bad voice telling her to leave the jungle. The Sun (2010)Previously well tended parks would quickly turn to forest or jungle, and monuments would be swallowed under greenery. The Sun (2008)Her face resembled that of an airline crash survivor who stumbles out of some remote jungle, confused by the world around her. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Part of the problem has been its terrain, with huge mountains and impassable jungles making places that are quite near to each other almost inaccessible. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)But in Fiji, they grow in jungles. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I hoped this would put an end to the stories that Britain's countryside is jammed full of jungle animals. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'jungle'
British English: jungle /ˈdʒʌŋɡl/ NOUN
A jungle is a forest in a tropical country where tall trees and other plants grow very closely together.
...the mountains and jungles of Papua New Guinea.
- American English: jungle
- Arabic: دَغْلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: selva
- Chinese: 丛林
- Croatian: džungla
- Czech: džungle
- Danish: jungle
- Dutch: jungle
- European Spanish: selva
- Finnish: viidakko
- French: jungle
- German: Dschungel
- Greek: ζούγκλα
- Italian: giungla
- Japanese: ジャングル
- Korean: 정글
- Norwegian: jungel
- Polish: dżungla
- European Portuguese: selva
- Romanian: junglă
- Russian: джунгли
- Spanish: selva
- Swedish: djungel
- Thai: ป่าทึบ
- Turkish: orman
- Ukrainian: джунглі
- Vietnamese: rừng nhiệt đới
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