the essential qualities or characteristics by which something is recognized
"it is the nature of fire to burn"; "the true nature of jealousy"
a causal agent creating and controlling things in the universe
"the laws of nature"; "nature has seen to it that men are stronger than women"
the natural physical world including plants and animals and landscapes etc.
"they tried to preserve nature as they found it"
the complex of emotional and intellectual attributes that determine a person's characteristic actions and reactions
"it is his nature to help others"
a particular type of thing
"problems of this type are very difficult to solve"; "he's interested in trains and things of that nature"; "matters of a personal nature"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Character is what one is; reputation, what he is thought to be; his record is the total of his known action or inaction. As a rule, a man's record will substantially express his character; his reputation may be higher or lower than his character or record will justify. Repute is a somewhat formal word, with the same general sense as reputation. One's nature includes all his original endowments or propensities; character includes both natural and acquired traits. We speak of one's physical constitution as strong or weak, etc., and figuratively, always with the adjective, of his mental or moral constitution. Compare CHARACTERISTIC.
The witness has a character for veracity; his character is above suspicion; the character of the applicant.
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How to use nature in a sentence?
A person feels the pain in judicious proportion to the sensitive nature cherished in own world; otherwise there is enough fun, happiness, enjoyment and pleasure in life.
As nature decorates the world, love decorates the universe.
Markets start to price in a fundamental change in the nature of the relationship between the Jaap Meijer and Saudi Arabia, we believe it is not warranted given the long term relationship between the two countries, and Saudi being the swing oil producer.
They can't think of themselves as their own businesses or that they are the boss. The inherent political nature of state-owned industries is the party's leadership over them.
A man who does not tire to admire the nature of women through thoughts, opinions and views is a big liar and not worth to hire for any responsible & respectable position as he is highly likely to be a womanizer by nature.
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- naturaCatalan, Valencian
- příroda, povahaCzech
- loomus, natuur, loodusEstonian
- طبیعت, سرشتPersian
- luonto, luonne, ympäristöFinnish
- nature, la natureFrench
- nàdar, gnèScottish Gaelic
- स्वभाव, प्रकृतिHindi
- természet, jellegHungarian
- բնություն, էություն, բնույթArmenian
- umhverfi, náttúra, eðliIcelandic
- 自然, 性質, 自Japanese
- 자연, 自然Korean
- sirişt, tebîet, natûr, xwerist, سروشت, xwezaKurdish
- natura, natureLatin
- daba, videLatvian
- природа, суштина, ќуд, наравMacedonian
- semulajadi, alam semulajadiMalay
- tłʼóoʼdiNavajo, Navaho
- natura, przyrodaPolish
- природа, натураRussian
- príroda, при́рода, nárav, на́равSerbo-Croatian
- ప్రకృతి, స్వభావముTelugu
- فطرت, نوعیتUrdu
- thiên nhiên, tính, tạo hóa, bản chất, ngoài trời, bản tính, tự nhiênVietnamese
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