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Definition of the noun nestle
What does nestle mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: nestles
- a close and affectionate (and often prolonged) embrace
Definition of the verb nestle
What does nestle mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: nestled | nestling | nestles
- move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position
- examples: The children nestle in the rocking chair | There nestle some children in the rocking chair
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula there [Verb] [Locative Preposition] [Location] [Theme, indefinite] There stood on the corner a statue [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] [Locative Preposition] [Location] They stood the statue on the pedestal [Theme - concrete object] [Verb] John slouched [Theme - concrete object] [Verb] [Locative Preposition] [Location] The statue stood on the corner [Locative Preposition] [Location] [Verb] [Theme] On the pedestal stood a statue
Verbs of Existence (with the same syntax): balance, bend, bow, crouch, dangle, droop, flop, fly, hang, hover, huddle, hunch, jut, kneel, lean, lie, loll, loom, lounge, open, perch, plop, project, protrude, recline, repose, rest, rise, roost, sag, sit, slope, slouch, slump, sprawl, squat, stand, stoop, straddle, swing, tilt, tower.
- lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
- synonyms of nestle: cuddle / draw close / nest / nuzzle / snuggle
- more generic terms: cling to / clutch / hold close / hold tight = hold firmly, usually with one's hands
- lie in a sheltered position
- position comfortably
Alternative definition of the verb nestle
- To settle oneself comfortably and snugly.
- To press oneself against another affectionately.
- synonym: snuggle
- To lie half-hidden or in shelter.
- [archaic, ornithology] To build or sit upon a nest.
- Nestle a.k.a. Nestlé S.A. is a Swiss multinational food and beverage company headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. It is the largest food company in the world measured by revenues.
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- Nestle is a brand.
- "Nestle" a.k.a. "Nestlé" is a book by Friedhelm Schwarz.
- also known as "Nestlé: the secrets of food, trust and globalization"
- "Nestle" is a book by Praphulla Prabhākara.
- also known as "Nestle: novel"
"Nestle" a.k.a. "Nestlé" is a composition.
- music and lyrics by Urs Hostettler
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Nestle
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by Diana Tan
Nestle is a good share to invest for the long term since people always need to eat . By the way, Nestle is the world's biggest food producer – making the famous Milo, Nestle, Maggi noodles, Nestum, Purina pet food to name a few. Nevertheless ...
by American Bible Society
Nestle is the most competent to prepare and edit the Greek New Testament. Prof. B. F. Weidner, D.D., LL.D., says : " It is the best working edition of all the manual editions of a critical text, and deserves to become every student's vade-mecum.
Nestle and the Infant Formula Controversy by S. Prakash Sethi
Organizational Structure Nestle is a management-controlled company with an operating philosophy characterized by strong central financial control. Its organization is hierarchical with clearly established rules and procedures. However, within ...
by Sharon Sebastian
Marion Nestle is a Paulette Goddard Professor ...
Books That Cook (2014)
The Making of a Literary Meal by Melissa Goldthwaite
Nestle is the author of three prizewinning books, including Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health, Safe Food: The Politics of Food Safety, and What to Eat. CAITLIN NEWCOMER is a doctoral candidate in ...
by Karen Cool, Damien J. Neven, Ingo Walter
For example, Nestle is the world's biggest food company with over half of its sales in Europe while Unilever is the world's largest manufacturer of personal goods ( everything from soap to margarine). For two decades these firms have grown by ...
by Vedad Alihodzic
Indeed, Nestle is the leading brand, with estimated sales of €3 billion annually ( ibid.). These companies have recognised the huge market and see especially Malaysia (Rezai, 2008) and Brunei (Temporal, 2011) as the main hubs. However ...
Strategies and Emerging Trends by Ghorbani, Ali
Nestle is a leading company in this field. This company has started a Halal committee and also distinct facilities for its Halal products since 1980s. As a result, this company has gained $3.6 ...
by Keith Head
Nestle is a replicator. A replication form in food products makes some ...
Enterprise Resource Planning (2011)
NESTLE GLOBE PROJECT— A SUCCESSFUL EXAMPLE OF GLOBAL ROLLOUT Company Background Nestle is the largest food and beverage company in the world with sales of USD $71 billion in 2005. It is the world's largest coffee ...
Leveraging Transformation by K Harigopal
Nestle is a food company well recognized for its global expansion.
The Academy and Literature (1896)
Nestle is a professor. The opening paper refers to a newspaper report, which appears to be rather premature than incorrect, that there has been a ...
by Leo Schelbert
Being disturbed by infant mortality, Nestle turned to the issue of infant feeding and developed a milk flour made of condensed milk and a spe— cially baked pulverized bread. In the same year, Charles Page (1847—1910) from Dixon, Illinois, ...
by JoAnne Myers
NESTLE, JOAN (1940– ). A writer and activist on butch-femme relationships, working-class lesbians, and lesbian rights, Nestle is ...
by Bonnie Zimmerman
Encyclopedia of Childbearing (1993)
Critical Perspectives by Barbara Katz Rothman
Nestle, though stating publicly in 1981 that it would follow the WHO/UNICEF Code, continued to violate its principles despite some changes in marketing practices. However, by 1983 the company appeared to be making real changes, and the ...
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- Nestle Meaning
Video shows what nestle means. To settle oneself comfortably and snugly.. To press oneself against another affectionately.. To lie half-hidden or in shelter.
- Nestle Nan Kid 4 - Clip 2 - growth of language
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Scrabble value of N1E1S1T1L1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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