+0
"From the nature of the universe (that's if there is only one) to the purpose of dreams, there are lots of things we still don't know – but we might do soon. A new book seeks some answers"
The 20 big questions in science
What does "nature of universe" mean?
What does nature mean here?
For example, we have nature: angry, calm, impatient but I can't understand the use of the word nature in these type of phrases(nature of something).
+1
JigneshbharatiWhat does nature mean here?

The same as in your last question about "nature of ~".

+1
Jigneshbharatithe nature of the universe

~ the way the universe is
~ the way the universe works
~ what the universe is really like in all its details

All the things that make up the universe and how they interact with one another constitutes the nature of the universe.


That's the nature of life. ~ That's how life is.

Due to the nature of his work, ~ Because of the kind of work he does,

Technology has significantly changed the nature of marketing.
~ Technology has significantly changed the way marketing is done.

The newest weapons of war reflect the nature of war in the cyber-era.
~ The newest weapons of war reflect the way that war is waged in the cyber-era.

The nature of art is central in the novel. ~
Everything about art (how it is created, how it is perceived, how it affects us emotionally, how it is commercialized, etc.) is central in the novel.

CJ

Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Comments  

That is The Guardian. Enough said.

 CalifJim's reply was promoted to an answer.
Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos.