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wild·life

 (wīld′līf′)
n.
Animals that have not been domesticated or tamed and are usually living in a natural environment, including both game and nongame species.

wildlife

(ˈwaɪldˌlaɪf)
n
(Biology) wild animals and plants collectively

wild•life

(ˈwaɪldˌlaɪf)

n.
undomesticated animals living in the wild, including those hunted for food, sport, or profit.
[1930–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wildlife - all living things (except people) that are undomesticated; "chemicals could kill all the wildlife"
life - living things collectively; "the oceans are teeming with life"

wildlife

noun flora and fauna, animals, fauna People were concerned that wildlife could be affected by the pesticides.
Translations
البَريَّه، الحيوانات الضّاريَهحَيَاةٌ بَرِيَّة
divoká zvěř
dyrelivvildt dyreliv
villieläimet ja luontovillieläin
vadvilág
villt náttúra; dÿraríkiî
野生生物
야생 생물
divá zver
divje živaliživalski rezervat
naturliv
สัตว์และพืชป่า
vahşi doğayaban hayatıyabanî hayvanlar
thế giới động vật hoang dã

wildlife

[ˈwaɪldlaɪf]
A. Nfauna f
B. CPD wildlife preserve, wildlife reserve, wildlife sanctuary Nreserva f natural
wildlife trust Nasociación f protectora de la naturaleza

wildlife

[ˈwaɪldlaɪf] nfaune f et flore f sauvages
I'm interested in wildlife
BUT Je m'intéresse à la nature.wildlife park nréserve f naturellewildlife photographer nphotographe mf animalierwildlife programme némission f animalièrewildlife sanctuary nréserve f naturelle

wildlife

[ˈwaɪldˌlaɪf]
1. nnatura, flora e fauna
2. adj (sanctuary, reserve) → naturale

wild

(waild) adjective
1. (of animals) not tamed. wolves and other wild animals.
2. (of land) not cultivated.
3. uncivilized or lawless; savage. wild tribes.
4. very stormy; violent. a wild night at sea; a wild rage.
5. mad, crazy, insane etc. wild with hunger; wild with anxiety.
6. rash. a wild hope.
7. not accurate or reliable. a wild guess.
8. very angry.
ˈwildly adverb
ˈwildness noun
ˈwildfire: spread like wildfire
(of eg news) to spread extremely fast.
ˈwildfowl noun plural
wild birds, especially water birds such as ducks, geese etc.
ˌwild-ˈgoose chase
an attempt to catch or find something one cannot possibly obtain.
ˈwildlife noun
wild animals, birds, insects etc collectively. to protect wildlife.
in the wild
(of an animal) in its natural surroundings. Young animals have to learn to look after themselves in the wild.
the wilds
the uncultivated areas (of a country etc). They're living out in the wilds of Australia somewhere.
the Wild Westwest

wildlife

حَيَاةٌ بَرِيَّة divoká zvěř vildt dyreliv wild lebende Tiere und Pflanzen άγρια φύση flora y fauna villieläimet ja luonto faune et flore životinjski svijet (divljač, ptice i ribe) fauna selvaggia 野生生物 야생 생물 dieren in het wild dyreliv dzika przyroda fauna selvagem живая природа naturliv สัตว์และพืชป่า vahşi doğa thế giới động vật hoang dã 野生动植物
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