Definition of 'nestle'
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Worth coming here for the quirky stores nestled alongside. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The holiday homes are nestled on good, wide pitches in pine forests. The Sun (2009)A woman of questionable reputation is nestled next to him holding an open bottle of booze. Christianity Today (2000)It's a beautiful place, nestled between two hills. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He brought his arms together and nestled their heads, joined at the top, in the crooks of his elbows. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'nestle'
British English: nestle VERB
If you nestle or are nestled somewhere, you move into a comfortable position, usually by pressing against someone or against something soft.
He took one child into the crook of each arm and let them nestle against him.
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