bumble bee

listen to the pronunciation of bumble bee
Englisch - Türkisch
(Arılık) bambul arısı
bumblebee
(Ticaret) Tüylü arı
bumblebee
{i} yabanarısı
bumblebee
toprak yabanarısı
bumblebee
yaban arısı
bumblebee
yabanarisi
bumblebee
yabanarı

Yabanarıları neden vızıldar? - Why do bumblebees buzz?

bumblebee
{i} hezen arısı
bumblebee
i., zool. toprak yabanarısı
bumblebee
{i} tüylü dev arı
bumblebee
gövdesi tüylü birkaç çeşit iri arı
Englisch - Englisch
{i} any of several types of large bees
Alternative spelling of bumblebee
bumblebee
{i} large and hairy bee (non-stinging)
bumblebee
A bumblebee is a large hairy bee. a large hairy bee (bumble (14-17 centuries) (from the sound) + bee). Any member of two genera constituting the insect tribe Bombini (family Apidae, order Hymenoptera), found almost worldwide but most common in temperate climates. Bumblebees are robust and hairy, average about 0.6-1 in. (1.5-2.5 cm) in length, and are usually black with broad yellow or orange bands. Bombus species are nest builders, often nesting in the ground, commonly in deserted bird or mouse nests. They live in organized groups, with a queen, drones, and workers (see caste). Psithyrus species are social parasites (see parasitism); they lay their eggs in Bombus nests, where the eggs and larvae are cared for by Bombus workers
bumblebee
Any of several species of large bee in the genus Bombus
bumblebee
robust hairy social bee of temperate regions
bumblebee
A large bee of the genus Bombus, sometimes called humblebee; so named from its sound
bumble bee

    Silbentrennung

    bum·ble bee

    Türkische aussprache

    bʌmbıl bi

    Aussprache

    /ˈbəmbəl ˈbē/ /ˈbʌmbəl ˈbiː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'b&m-b&l ] (intransitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English bomblen to boom, of imitative origin.

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