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cultivation definition

  • noun:
    • The act of cultivating.
    • The state to be developed.
    • sophistication; culture.
    • The art or act of cultivating; improvement of land for or by agriculture
    • hawaii to be cultivated or utilized for farming
    • Devotion period or awareness of the enhancement of (some thing)
    • development or refinement in physical, intellectual, or moral condition
    • The art or work of cultivating; improvement for farming functions or by agricultural procedures; tillage; production by tillage.
    • Bestowal of time or attention for self-improvement or for the benefit of others; fostering care.
    • The state of being cultivated; development in physical, intellectual, or ethical problem; sophistication; culture.
    • The work or practice of tilling land and organizing it for plants; the agricultural management of land; husbandry generally.
    • Land in a cultivated state; tilled land having its plants.
    • The work or procedure for creating by tillage: because, the cultivation of corn or grass.
    • the usage of a cultivator upon developing plants.
    • The process of building; marketing of development or strength, physical or emotional: as, the cultivation of this oyster; the cultivation of organic germs, or of animal virus; the cultivation of this brain, or of virtue, piety, etc.
    • The state of being cultivated; especially, a state of ethical or psychological advancement; tradition; refinement; the union of understanding and style.
    • Synonyms Training, Discipline, Knowledge, an such like. See instruction.— and Refinement, etc. See culture.
    • (agriculture) creation of food by organizing the land to develop crops (especially on a large scale)
    • the work of raising or growing flowers (especially on a big scale)
    • a highly created condition of perfection; having a flawless or flawless quality
    • socialization through instruction and training to build up your mind or manners
    • the entire process of fostering the development of anything
    • The work of cultivating.
    • hawaii of being developed.
    • Refinement; culture.
    • The art or work of cultivating; enhancement of land for or by agriculture
    • The state of being cultivated or employed for farming
    • Devotion of the time or attention to the enhancement of (anything)
    • development or sophistication in actual, intellectual, or ethical problem
    • The art or work of cultivating; improvement for farming functions or by agricultural procedures; tillage; production by tillage.
    • Bestowal of the time or interest for self-improvement or for the main benefit of other individuals; cultivating care.
    • The state of being developed; development in physical, intellectual, or ethical problem; refinement; tradition.
    • The work or practice of tilling land and planning it for plants; the farming handling of land; husbandry generally speaking.
    • Land in a cultivated state; tilled land featuring its crops.
    • The work or procedure for creating by tillage: because, the cultivation of corn or lawn.
    • the usage of a cultivator upon growing crops.
    • The process of establishing; advertising of development or energy, actual or mental: because, the cultivation regarding the oyster; the cultivation of organic germs, or of pet virus; the cultivation of this brain, or of virtue, piety, etc.
    • hawaii of being cultivated; especially, a state of moral or emotional advancement; tradition; sophistication; the union of understanding and flavor.
    • Synonyms Training, Discipline, Education, an such like. See instruction.— and Refinement, etc. See culture.
    • (agriculture) production of food by preparing the land to develop crops (especially on a big scale)
    • the work of increasing or developing flowers (especially on a sizable scale)
    • a very developed condition of brilliance; having a flawless or impeccable quality
    • socialization through instruction and education to produce a person's brain or ways
    • the entire process of fostering the rise of some thing
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