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"Bird's nest" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Nido di uccello.

Specifically, the masculine noun nido means "nest." The preposition di* means "of." The masculine noun uccello means "bird."

The pronunciation is "NEE-doh dootch-TCHEHL-loh."

*The vowel i may drop before a noun that begins with a vowel. The temporary nature of that drop is indicated by an apostrophe immediately after the remaining letter d and immediately before the first letter of the following noun.

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"The nest" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase il nido. The masculine singular definite article and noun also translate into English as "honeycomb" or "pad" according to context. The pronunciation will be "eel NEE-do" in Italian.

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Nido in Italian means "nest" in English.

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