English → English - brood

Pronunciation
n. clutch, hatch, group of young born or hatched at the same time (especially of birds); family, children; group of related objects
v. hatch, incubate; muse, reflect, think; sulk
adj. kept for breeding

English → Spanish - brood

Pronunciation
s. cría, camada, descendientes, nidada, progenie
v. empollar, aclocarse; estar ensimismado pensando, cavilar, estar absorto pensando; dar mucho pensamiento a
adj. empollado

English → French - brood

Pronunciation
n. couvée (poussins); volée (pigeons); naissain (huîtres, moules); famille, enfants, marmaille; race, catégorie, groupe d'objets semblables
v. couver; accouver; broyer du noir; réflechir; penser, méditer
adj. couveuse

English → German - brood

Pronunciation
n. Brut; Kücken; Sippe, Horde
v. brüten; nachdenken
adj. Brut-, Zucht-

English → Indonesian - brood

Pronunciation
n. seperindukan, perindukan, anak-anak
v. mengerami, mengeram, memeram, memikir, memikirkan, merenung

English → Italian - brood

Pronunciation
s. nidiata, covata; figliolanza, prole; (fig) serie, gruppo
v. covare
agg. che cova; (Zootecn) da riproduzione

English → Polish - brood

Pronunciation
n. wyląg, ląg, pomiot, stado, plemię, dziatwa, ród, rasa
v. nasiadać, wisieć, zawisnąć, ciążyć, rozmyślać, dumać, zawisać

English → Portuguese - brood

Pronunciation
s. o chocar de ovos; geração; descendência; ninhada (pintos); raça; grupo
v. chocar; considerar; pensar
adj. choca

English → Romanian - brood

Pronunciation
n. pui ieşiţi o dată din ouă, neam
v. cloci, scoate, gândi: se gândi, medita {fig.}, pune: se pune la cale

English → Russian - brood

Pronunciation
с. выводок, стая, семья, дети, толпа, куча
г. сидеть на яйцах, высиживать, размышлять, вынашивать; нависать, тяготить
прил. размышляющий

English → Turkish - brood

Pronunciation
f. kuluçkaya yatmak, kara kara düşünmek, arpacı kumrusu gibi düşünmek; üzerinde dolaşmak (belâ vb)
i. bir kuluçkada çıkan yavrular, damızlık, civcivler, aile, çoluk çocuk

English → Ukrainian - brood

Pronunciation
n. рід, покоління, зграя, стадо, виводок, категорія, виплід, виплодок, кодло, наплід
v. висижувати, пестити, виношувати, засиджувати, насідати

Dutch → English - brood

Pronunciation
n. bread, loaf; money (Slang)

English → Dutch - brood

Pronunciation
zn. kuikens; groep; broederij
ww. broeden; mediteren
bn. broeden

English → Greek - brood

Pronunciation
ουσ. γένος, κλωσσόπουλα, νεοσσιά
ρήμ. συλογίζομαι, κλώσσω, επωάζω

Dutch → French - brood

Pronunciation
(culinair) pain (m)

English → Arabic - brood

Pronunciation
‏فراخ، فقس مجموعة فرا، الحضنة، الفقسة، جنس، نوع، بيض الفقس‏
‏جلس في سكينة، إكتأب، أطال التفكير‏
‏تحضين‏

English → Chinese - brood

Pronunciation
(名) 一窝; 一伙
(动) 孵; 沉思; 孵蛋; 沉思, 考虑; 抱窝似地静坐; 忧伤, 担忧
(形) 为繁殖而饲养的

English → Chinese - brood

Pronunciation
(名) 一窩; 一伙
(動) 孵; 沈思; 孵蛋; 沈思, 考慮; 抱窩似地靜坐; 憂傷, 擔憂
(形) 為繁殖而飼養的

English → Hindi - brood

Pronunciation
n. बच्चे
v. सेना, अंडे सेना

English → Japanese - brood

Pronunciation
(動) 卵を抱く; たれこめる; 考え込む
(形) 繁殖のための
(名) 一かえりのひな; 子供たち; 蜂の子

English → Korean - brood

Pronunciation
명. 한배 병아리, 종족
동. 알을 품다; 골똘히 생각하다; 부루퉁하다
형. 알을 품는

English → Vietnamese - brood

Pronunciation
n. ổ gà, đoàn người, con cái, đàn súc vật
v. ấp trứng, lo nghĩ

Definition of brood

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The young of certain animals, especially a group of young birds or fowl hatched at one time by the same mother.
2. The young of any egg-laying creature, especially if produced at the same time.
3. The eggs and larvae of social insects such as bees, ants and some wasps, especially when gathered together in special brood chambers or combs within the colony.
4. The children in one family.
5. That which is bred or produced; breed; species.
6. Heavy waste in tin and copper ores.
Verb
7. To keep an egg warm to make it hatch.
In some species of birds, both the mother and father brood the eggs.
8. To protect.
Under the rock was a midshipman fish, brooding a mass of eggs.
9. To dwell upon moodily and at length.
He sat brooding about the upcoming battle, fearing the outcome.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: brooding
Present: brood (3.person: broods)
Past: brooded
Future: will brood
Present conditional: would brood
Present Perfect: have brooded (3.person: has brooded)
Past Perfect: had brooded
Future Perfect: will have brooded
Past conditional: would have brooded
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