Hay 2 definiciones de lair en inglés:

lair1

Silabificación: lair

sustantivo

1A wild animal’s resting place, especially one that is well hidden.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • What a desolation it has become, a lair for wild animals!
  • As it is an offence to kill or ‘knowingly disturb’ an otter, the developers will now have to construct a replacement holt - an underground lair - for the animals.
  • He would build his own dens from what was available or send his female accomplice out to look for empty animal lairs, sometimes she found them, others times she didn't.
Sinónimos
den, burrow, hole, tunnel, cave
1.1A secret or private place in which a person seeks concealment or seclusion.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She retreats upward, seeking the seclusion of her rooftop lair.
  • A short gallery of sketches shows off Jun's sense of fashion; another sketch gallery includes production art for villains, secret lairs, and gadgets galore.
  • Two of Gordon's enemies plot his downfall from their secret lair.
Sinónimos

Origen

Old English leger 'resting place, bed', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch leger 'bed, camp' and German Lager 'storehouse', also to lie1. Compare with laager and lager.

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Hay 2 definiciones de lair en inglés:

lair2

Saltos de línea: lair

Entrada del diccionario de Inglés Británico & Universal

Australian/NZ informal

sustantivo

A flashily dressed man who enjoys showing off.

verbo

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Dress or behave in a flashy manner: some of us laired up in Assam silk suits

Origen

1930s: back-formation from lairy.