Definition of 'wildlife'

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Mean and nasty and the scourge of the local wildlife but we loved him all the same. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Wildlife experts are worried about the number of squirrels killed by it on the Isle of Wight. The Sun (2016)The environmental wildlife charity is also trialling thin-client computing systems to further cut its IT power consumption. Computing (2010)Surely the primary appeal of wildlife documentary is a visual one? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Wildlife experts quickly raised doubts about the picture. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Wildlife photographers do a lot of waiting. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They plan to take part in a day of picnics and visits to wildlife reserves instead. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We rounded off the day with a river cruise and a chance to see local wildlife. The Sun (2011)Your new love is raising money for a wildlife charity. The Sun (2009)Now a wildlife expert is calling for laws to be toughened. The Sun (2014)Maybe a wildlife photographer or a marine biologist. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These island wildlife reserves exist as an act of human will. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We are not aware that our work has had any impact on local wildlife. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was taken away by wildlife experts. The Sun (2007)Nature reserves protect local wildlife and there are breathtaking drives. The Sun (2008)The firm is looking at helping to rescue local wildlife and investing in an allotment. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Established wildlife reserves and national parks are often the best places. Freeman, Michael Photographers Handbook (1993)Its contents depend upon its location and the local wildlife. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And surely there are more than practical reasons for protecting the astonishing wildlife that lives in this unique and astounding wonderland. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The wildlife charity said it was probably the heaviest beetle in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's also a great opportunity for budding wildlife photographers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The ideal tour for serious wildlife experts, as well as nature lovers of all ages. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As a photography student, her dream was to become a wildlife photographer. The Sun (2014)MARRIED couples have long been the backbone of the wildlife documentary. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The wildlife that lives around the Congo River. The Sun (2006)Local wildlife experts advised people to'use caution when they come into contact with wild animals '. The Sun (2012)

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In Common Usage. wildlife is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'wildlife'

British English: wildlife /ˈwaɪldˌlaɪf/ NOUN
You can use wildlife to refer to animals and other living things that live in natural surroundings.
Pets or wildlife could be affected by the disease.
  • American English: wildlife
  • Arabic: حَيَاةٌ بَرِيَّة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: fauna selvagem
  • Chinese: 野生动植物
  • Croatian: životinjski svijet (divljač, ptice i ribe)
  • Czech: divoká zvěř
  • Danish: vildt dyreliv
  • Dutch: dieren in het wild
  • European Spanish: flora y fauna
  • Finnish: villieläimet ja luonto
  • French: faune et flore
  • German: wild lebende Tiere und Pflanzen
  • Greek: άγρια φύση
  • Italian: fauna selvaggia
  • Japanese: 野生生物
  • Korean: 야생 생물
  • Norwegian: dyreliv
  • Polish: dzika przyroda
  • European Portuguese: fauna selvagem
  • Romanian: natură sălbatică
  • Russian: живая природа
  • Latin American Spanish: flora y fauna
  • Swedish: naturliv
  • Thai: สัตว์และพืชป่า
  • Turkish: vahşi doğa
  • Ukrainian: дика природа
  • Vietnamese: thế giới động vật hoang dã


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