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Young stinging nettles are also coming up. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's not popular but they do need to grasp the nettle and tackle pollution. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He's grasped the nettle far quicker. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Government needs to look hard at it nationwide... and grasp the nettle. The Sun (2016) Young nettles are coming up and doing the same. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Either up to their neck in muck and nettles or in clover. The Sun (2011)They have shown they are grasping the nettle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fresh young stinging nettles are also coming up. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She makes me want to suck on a stinging nettle in anger. The Sun (2014)They feel resentful that the public sector has not grasped the nettle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fork out young nettle plants under shrubs and hedge bottoms. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was two acres overgrown with stinging nettles and we spent a year putting it right. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The game must grasp the nettle before many more are stung. The Sun (2009)They evidently find the densely planted crop a satisfactory alternative to the nettles and brambles that they generally build in. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The males will soon be building nests in the brambles and tall nettles at the foot of the farmyard hedges. Times, Sunday Times (2006)These are like stinging nettle leaves, but do not sting. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The jagged leaves are like stinging nettle leaves, but do not sting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The muck and nettles of English football are simply not for him. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Now the pair of them are in the muck and nettles of the Championship. Times, Sunday Times (2011)American officials said it was safe, despite its pungent odour and edible rind of mouldy nettle leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Spring brings elderflower, young nettles. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They get the name because, although they have leaves like stinging nettles, they do not sting. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The odds against bringing it back upstream, through the tangle of brambles and nettles and against such a flow, were minuscule. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

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Inglés británico: nettle /ˈnɛtl/ NOUN
A nettle is a wild plant with leaves that sting when you touch them.
The nettles stung their legs.
  • Inglés americano: nettle
  • Árabe: قرَاصُ
  • Portugués brasileño: urtiga
  • Chino: 荨麻
  • Croata: kopriva
  • Checo: kopřiva
  • Danés: nælde
  • Holandés: brandnetel
  • Español europeo: ortiga
  • Finlandés: nokkonen
  • Francés: ortie
  • Alemán: Nessel
  • Griego: τσουκνίδα
  • Italiano: ortica
  • Japonés: イラクサ
  • Coreano: 쐐기풀
  • Noruego: nesle
  • Polaco: pokrzywa
  • Portugués: urtiga
  • Rumano: urzică
  • Ruso: крапива
  • Español: ortiga
  • Sueco: brännässla
  • Tailandés: ต้นไม้ป่าใบเป็นขนที่ทำให้ระคายเคือง
  • Turco: ısırgan
  • Ucraniano: кропива
  • Vietnamita: cây tầm ma
Inglés británico: nettle VERB
If you are nettled by something, you are annoyed or offended by it.
He was nettled by her manner.
  • Inglés americano: nettle
  • Portugués brasileño: ofender-se
  • Chino: 使恼怒
  • Español europeo: molestar
  • Francés: agacer
  • Alemán: verärgert
  • Italiano: irritare
  • Japonés: いらいらさせる
  • Coreano: 화나다
  • Portugués: ofender-se
  • Español: molestar


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