Definition of 'naturalist'
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No fewer than five shows featuring the great naturalist are planned for next year. The Sun (2010)Organisers of the poll had hoped the winning suggestion would be the name of a famous explorer or naturalist. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The great naturalist pauses to think. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Be that as it will, he is certainly a very ingenious man and a great naturalist. TALES OF THE ROSE TREE: Ravishing Rhododendrons and their Travels Around the World (2004) Field naturalists are solitary persons. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pity that the programme is not led by some of our great naturalists who don't give unnecessary names to all the animals. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'naturalist'
British English: naturalist /ˈnætʃrəlɪst; -tʃərəl-/ NOUN
A naturalist is a person who studies plants, animals, and other living things.
- American English: naturalist
- Arabic: طَبِيعِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: naturalista
- Chinese: 自然主义者
- Croatian: prirodoslovac
- Czech: přírodovědec
- Danish: naturforsker
- Dutch: naturalist
- European Spanish: naturalista
- Finnish: luonnontieteilijä
- French: naturaliste
- German: Naturwissenschaftler
- Greek: φυσιοδίφης
- Italian: naturalista
- Japanese: 自然誌研究者
- Korean: 자연주의자
- Norwegian: naturhistoriker
- Polish: naturalista
- European Portuguese: naturalista
- Romanian: naturalist
- Russian: натуралист
- Spanish: naturalista
- Swedish: naturalist
- Thai: นักธรรมชาตินิยม
- Turkish: doğa bilimleri uzmanı
- Ukrainian: натураліст
- Vietnamese: nhà tự nhiên học
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