- n.（鸟）窝( nest的名词复数 ); 温床; （套叠在一起的）一套物件; 藏匿处;
- v.筑巢( nest的第三人称单数 );
The holes were sufficiently large to serve as nests.
The birds returned to their nests and continued to incubate the eggs.
It is best to stifle curiosity and leave birds' nests alone.
Some solitary bees make their nests in burrows in the soil.
The rooks flew clumsily towards their nests.
The cuckoo lays its eggs in other birds'nests.
Swallows carry bits of earth in their bills to build nests.
Some birds build nests of twigs.
The birds are busy building their nests.
These nests increase in size each year, and can eventually weigh down the branch.
Some would build their nests in the trees nears our house.
Baby cuckoos oust other baby birds from their nests.
The nests were often the scene of lively, off - duty parties.
Spiders spin webs and birds build nests by instinct.
Some birds build nests out of twigs.
First they collected sound data from 67 nests in four sites in queensland before and after hatching.
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