Definition of Mother Nature in English:

Mother Nature

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noun

Nature personified as a creative and controlling force affecting the world and humans: Mother Nature has 80 per cent control in putting out fires like this
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  • Is Mother Nature trying to tell us something about meat eating?
  • Yet Mother Nature is selective with her gifts, apportioning no more than necessary.
  • We can now fly, go into space, go to the depths of the ocean but the one thing we can't do and probably will never be able to do is control Mother Nature.

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