ملجأ, وجارنقب, حفر, أقام في جحر, اختبأ
Noun(1) a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter
Verb(1) move through by or as by digging
(1) Despite the fact that they burrow underground like moles, and have big front teeth like rats have, naked mole-rats are more closely related to porcupines and guinea pigs than to moles or rats.(2) Mature larvae burrow into the stalks and pupate, and a summer flight of moths appears from late July to August.(3) In 1942, an American fighter pilot crash-landed in southern Morrocco and stumbled upon a burrow of the rabbits.(4) worms that burrow through dead wood(5) the fish can burrow a hiding place(6) These little dogs can burrow and will demonstrate this ability in your garden unless discouraged.(7) They discover a large, rock-like creature that burrows easily through the stone walls, as a mole might burrow through dirt.(8) These tiny worms burrow into pea roots and do significant damage.(9) On hatching, the larvae very quickly burrow into the orange and are then essentially inaccessible.(10) When an animal emerged to forage, the noose was pulled tight, preventing the animal from retreating back into its burrow .(11) The pair may excavate their own nest, or use the abandoned burrow of another animal.(12) The animal had to retreat from its previous burrow basally and start burrowing again nearby.(13) It is not known if all the burrow nesting species excavate the tunnels or if some use tunnels dug by rodents or other animals.(14) An award-winning writer and an investigative journalist burrow deep into the world of spin-doctors, bureaucrats and the military to reveal the whole story.(15) Upon hatching, the larvae burrow into the seed, where they complete development, pupate, and emerge as adults.(16) Small mounds are created when moles burrow deep or tunnel under solid objects such as tree roots or sidewalks.
1. hole ::
2. tunnel ::
3. warren ::
4. dugout ::
5. lair ::
6. set ::
7. den ::
9. tunnel ::
11. excavate ::
12. grub ::
13. mine ::
14. bore ::
15. channel ::
16. hollow out ::
17. gouge out ::
Different Formsburrow, burrowed, burrower, burrowers, burrowing, burrows
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