Definición de gregarious en inglés:
- Even though she was so gregarious and loved to chat, she also liked to listen.
- He is naturally gregarious, and the work obviously suits him.
- Being in the public eye doesn't necessarily mean you're gregarious.
- Many of these raptor species are gregarious, which accounts for impressively large flocks of impressively large birds.
- Western Grebes are highly gregarious in all seasons, wintering in large flocks and nesting in colonies.
- Rheas are gregarious in habit, and tend to live in flocks ranging in size from 5-30 individuals.
- In the Western Ghats, at an altitude of about 1,600 metres, in the region of sholas and grasslands, the kurinji flourishes as a gregarious shrub.
- If you are planting them in a container, don't skimp with the bulbs - Agapanthus is a gregarious flower that likes to be crowded.
- Ocencyrtus johnsonii is both gregarious and engages in superparasitism.
congregate from (Late Middle English):
The Latin word for a herd or flock was grex, giving congregare, meaning ‘to collect into a herd or flock, to unite’. Gregarious (mid 17th century), meaning ‘fond of company’, is also descended from grex, as are aggregate (Late Middle English) ‘herd together’; egregious (mid 16th century) ‘standing out from the herd’ and originally complimentary; and segregation (mid 16th century) ‘set apart from the herd’.
- Example sentences
- Locusts are normally lone creatures, but when times are good and their numbers boom, they modify their behaviour and group together gregariously.
- Several hundred individuals consisting of at least two generations of adults and immatures live gregariously over a long period.
- They roost gregariously, sometimes in very large colonies, and some species are thought to roost exclusively in caves.
- Example sentences
- The English springer spaniel truly is an energetic, outgoing breed, and most springers exhibit a gregariousness, warmth and sweet-temper that makes them a joy to know.
- He also moonlighted as a sports journalist in his early years, and has retained a gregariousness that always disarms those expecting a less approachable boss.
- He says he gets his gregariousness from his father and his toughness and business sense - he is highly numerate - from his mother.
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