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cultivate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to boost and prepare (land), as by plowing or fertilizing, for increasing plants; till.
    • To loosen or dig soil around (growing flowers).
    • to develop or have a tendency (a plant or crop).
    • to market the development of (a biological tradition).
    • To nurture; foster. See Synonyms at nurture.
    • To form and improve, as by education.
    • to look for the acquaintance or goodwill of; make friends with.
    • To bestow attention, care, and labor upon, with a view to valuable comes back; to till; to fertilize.
    • To direct unique awareness of; to dedicate time and considered to; to foster; to cherish.
    • to look for the society of; to court intimacy with.
    • to enhance by labor, treatment, or study; to provide culture to; to civilize; to improve.
    • To raise or produce by tillage; to look after while growing.
    • to enhance and prepare (land), as by plowing or fertilizing, for raising crops; till.
    • To loosen or dig earth around (growing plants).
    • To grow or have a tendency (a plant or crop).
    • to advertise the rise of (a biological culture).
    • To nurture; foster. See Synonyms at cultivate.
    • to create and refine, as by knowledge.
    • to look for the friend or goodwill of; make friends with.
    • To bestow interest, treatment, and work upon, with a view to important returns; to till; to fertilize.
    • To direct unique attention to; to dedicate time and considered to; to foster; to cherish.
    • to look for the culture of; to court closeness with.
    • to boost by labor, care, or study; to provide tradition to; to civilize; to improve.
    • To raise or create by tillage; to look after while growing.
  • verb:
    • To grow flowers, particularly crops
    • To nurture; to foster; to tend.
    • to make or stir earth in preparation for sowing.
    • get ready for plants
    • teach or refine to-be discriminative in taste or view
    • foster the growth of
    • adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) into the environment
    • To grow plants, particularly crops
    • To nurture; to foster; to have a tendency.
    • to make or stir earth when preparing for sowing.
    • plan crops
    • teach or refine to-be discriminative in taste or wisdom
    • foster the growth of
    • adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) on environment
  • others:
    • To till; prepare for crops; manure, plow, gown, sow, and enjoy; control and enhance in husbandry: as, to cultivate land; to cultivate a farm.
    • to increase or create by tillage: as, to cultivate corn or lawn.
    • to make use of a cultivator upon; operate a cultivator through: as, to create a field of standing corn. See cultivator .
    • To improve and strengthen by work or research; promote the growth or boost of; cherish; foster: since, to cultivate skills; to cultivate a taste for poetry.
    • To direct unique awareness of; dedicate research, work, or care to; research to understand, derive benefit from, etc.: as, to create literature; to cultivate an acquaintance.
    • To improve; meliorate; proper; civilize.
    • To till; get ready for crops; manure, plow, gown, sow, and enjoy; manage and enhance in husbandry: as, to create land; to cultivate a farm.
    • to improve or create by tillage: as, to create corn or grass.
    • to make use of a cultivator upon; operate a cultivator through: since, to create a field of standing corn. See cultivator .
    • To improve and strengthen by labor or research; advertise the development or boost of; cherish; foster: as, to create abilities; to cultivate a taste for poetry.
    • To direct special focus on; devote research, labor, or treatment to; research to know, derive benefit from, etc.: as, to cultivate literature; to create an acquaintance.
    • To improve; meliorate; proper; civilize.
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