A Dash of White in a Concrete City | Necessary Vocabulary

A Happy Wild Family

While poacher  sell them along the city’s high streets to be served on dinner tables, this small bunch of the cattle egrets, a common resident bird in Bangladesh, are found freely feeding in the wetland in Banani, the heart of the posh city. It only proves that it does not need any caring but just a little bit of safe habitat for wildlife to flourish in Bangladesh. But we hardly care to share a world with all the species that have a similar right to live. 

Topic Related Necessary Vocabulary Notes

Dash / dæʃ/ (ড্যাশ্‌) n [< ~ of sth>a small amount of sth that is added to sth else(চিমটে;ফোঁটা;ছিটে): Add a dash of lemon juice.

Poach / poʊtʃ / (পৌচ) v {poaches; Pt. Pp. poached1. [ to illegally hunt birds, animals, or fish on sb else’s property or without permission(<পরের জমিতে প্রবেশ করে বিনা অনুমতিতে> পশুপাখি,মাছ ইত্যাদি বেআইনিভাবে ধরা/চুরি করা): The elephants are poached for their tusks.

2. [to cook an egg gently in nearly boiling water after removing its shell ] (ডিম পৌচ করা)

<NOUN> Poacher /ˈpoʊtʃər /(ˈপৌচার) n [a person who illegally hunts birds, animals, or fishes on sb’s else’s property] (অবৈধ পশুপাখি,মাছ শিকারি)

Bunch / bʌnʃ / (বান্চ্) n [( ~ of sth)a number of things of the same type which are growing or fastened together(তোড়া; থোকা): a bunch of bananas/grapes etc.

<VERB> [ to become tight or to form folds; to make sth do this(গুচছ বদ্ধ হওয়া /করা): Her skirt had bunched up around her waist His forehead was bunched in a frown.

Egret ˈiːgrət / (ঈগ্রেঠ) n [a bird of the heron family, with long legs and long white tail feathers(লম্বা পালক বিশিষ্ট একপ্রকার সারস পাখি; বক্)

Wetland ˈwetlənd / (ˈএঠল্যান্ড) n [an area of wet land(জলাভূমি): The wetlands are home to a large variety of wildlife.

Posh / pɑːʃ / () adj [elegant and expensive(ফিটফাট; চটকদার): You look very posh in your new suit.

<SYN> Stylish

Habitat ˈhæbɪtæt / (ˈহ্যাবিট্যাট) n [the place where a particular type of animal or plant is normally found(উদ্ভিদ,জীবজন্তু সম্বন্ধে) আবাসভূমি): The marsh provides a rice habitat for water plants. With so many areas of woodland being cut down, a lot of wildlife is losing its natural habitat.

Little ˈlɪtl /(ˈলিঠল্) adj: a little bit =(একটু খানি)

Wildlife ˈwaɪldlaɪf / (ˈওআইল্ড্লাইফ্) n [animals, birds, insects, etc. that are wild and live in natural environment] (বন্য পশুপাখিদের আশ্রয়স্থল): Development of the area would endanger wildlife. A wildlife sanctuary 

<SYN> Reserve 

Flourish ˈflɔːrɪʃ / (ফ্লরিশ) v [ to grow well; to be healthy and happy(সতেজে বেড়ে ওঠা; বিকোশিত হওয়া): Watercolor painting began to flourish in Britain around 1750. The plants flourish in a damp climate.

<SYN> Thrive 

Species ˈspiːʃiːz / (স্পীশীজ্) n [a group into which animals, plants, etc. that are able to breed with each other and produce healthy young are divided, smaller than a genus and identified by a Latin  name] : a rare species of beetle.


  1. Vry good. A cretive idea. Much learning.
    Best wishes for u.

  2. Waoo great job......awesome.. Best wishes for u


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