A flyinginsect, of the superfamily Apoidea, known for their organised societies, for collecting pollen, and producing wax and honey. (noun) सुपरफैमिली अपोइडिया का एक उड़ने वाला कीट, पराग इकट्ठा करने और मोम और शहद के उत्पादन के लिए अपने संगठित समाजों के लिए जाना जाता है।
Archaic spelling of be. (verb) होने की पुरातन वर्तनी।
Examples of word bee
_There is nothing I wouldn't do for a bee -- a reasonable bee_
We'll have a bee, and get a lot done, 'Maude said; and she pressed into the _bee_ her father and Dick, and Billy, and Fred
She has planted what she calls a "bee buffet" in her London garden, including lavender, rosemary, thyme and hawthorne, and plans to start keeping bees there soon.
Mr. Changizi illustrates his message with charts and graphs and even a readout that shows how the sound measurements for a book striking a table directly or hitting a "wrinkly paper" on a table resemble the measurements for the sound of the author saying the word "bee" and the word "pee."
Where metheglin was making he would linger round the tubs and vessels, begging a draught of what he called bee-wine.
She looks too nice a girl to have been stung by the title bee, that's all. "
The BUZZ adult spelling bee is Oct. 30 – Journal Times
Each bee is an intricate model, but scaled down it would be easy to lose a lot of the detail.
Smithsonian entomologist David Roubik points out that the stingless bee, rather than non-native species, has been essential to the pollination of tropical forest plants, and when the bee is in peril, so is the local ecology.
Just a tip .. the resume tip may work nicely in a magical computerland, where every little worker bee from the boss to the secretary has extensive skills in the arcane and complicated art of clicking a link in an email.