[person] se blottir
to nestle against sb se blottir contre qn
→ John took one child into the crook of each arm and let them nestle against him.
[house, village] être niché (e)
a little cottage, nestling in the hills un petit cottage, niché dans les collines
Nestling in the foothills of the mountains is Petersville. Niché au pied de la montagne se tient Petersville.
→ Nestling between the rugged hills of the Lake District is a whitewashed house.
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