fertile definition

  • adjective:
    • Biology Capable of initiating, sustaining, or promoting reproduction.
    • Biology effective at growing and developing; capable grow: a fertile egg.
    • Botany Bearing functional reproductive structures such as for instance seeds or good fresh fruit or product such spores or pollen.
    • Bearing or making plants or vegetation abundantly; fruitful.
    • high in product had a need to maintain plant growth: fertile soil.
    • definitely or continually productive; prolific: a fertile imagination; a fertile source of new ideas.
    • Physics with the capacity of producing fissionable material: fertile thorium 232.
    • capable of growing numerous plants; effective
    • with the capacity of reproducing; fecund, fruitful
    • Biology with the capacity of initiating, sustaining, or encouraging reproduction.
    • Biology Capable of developing and building; capable mature: a fertile egg.
    • Botany Bearing functional reproductive frameworks such as for example seeds or fresh fruit or product such spores or pollen.
    • with the capacity of establishing through the egg phase
    • productive or respected
    • Producing fresh fruit or vegetation in abundance; fruitful; capable create amply; respected; fecund; productive; wealthy; inventive
    • effective at producing good fresh fruit; fruit-bearing.
    • Containing pollen; -- stated of anthers.
    • manufactured in variety; plenteous; sufficient.
    • Bearing or making plants or vegetation amply; fruitful.
    • bearing in abundance particularly offspring
    • intellectually effective
    • marked by great fruitfulness
    • capable of reproducing
    • high in material needed seriously to maintain plant growth: fertile earth.
    • definitely or continually productive; prolific: a fertile imagination; a fertile supply of brand-new a few ideas.
    • Physics with the capacity of producing fissionable product: fertile thorium 232.
    • capable of growing abundant crops; productive
    • effective at reproducing; fecund, fruitful
    • with the capacity of developing at night egg phase
    • effective or respected
    • Producing good fresh fruit or vegetation by the bucket load; fruitful; capable produce amply; respected; fecund; productive; rich; inventive
    • effective at creating good fresh fruit; fruit-bearing.
    • Containing pollen; -- stated of anthers.
    • stated in abundance; plenteous; sufficient.
    • bearing in abundance specifically offspring
    • intellectually effective
    • marked by great fruitfulness
    • capable of reproducing
    • Biology effective at initiating, sustaining, or supporting reproduction.
    • Biology Capable of growing and developing; in a position to grow: a fertile egg.
    • Botany Bearing practical reproductive frameworks such as for example seeds or fresh fruit or material such as for instance spores or pollen.
    • Bearing or creating plants or plant life amply; fruitful.
    • high in product necessary to sustain plant development: fertile soil.
    • Highly or constantly effective; prolific: a fertile imagination; a fertile source of new tips.
    • Physics with the capacity of creating fissionable material: fertile thorium 232.
    • with the capacity of developing plentiful crops; effective
    • capable of reproducing; fecund, fruitful
    • with the capacity of establishing beyond the egg phase
    • productive or prolific
    • yielding fruit or plant life by the bucket load; fruitful; able to produce amply; prolific; fecund; effective; wealthy; inventive
    • effective at making good fresh fruit; fruit-bearing.
    • Containing pollen; -- stated of anthers.
    • manufactured in variety; plenteous; sufficient.
    • Biology effective at initiating, sustaining, or supporting reproduction.
    • Biology with the capacity of growing and developing; able to grow: a fertile egg.
    • Botany Bearing practical reproductive structures eg seeds or fruit or material like spores or pollen.
    • Bearing or producing plants or vegetation abundantly; fruitful.
    • high in material needed seriously to maintain plant growth: fertile earth.
    • definitely or continuously productive; prolific: a fertile imagination; a fertile way to obtain new some ideas.
    • Physics Capable of making fissionable material: fertile thorium 232.
    • bearing by the bucket load especially offspring
    • effective at developing plentiful plants; effective
    • intellectually effective
    • capable of reproducing; fecund, fruitful
    • marked by great fruitfulness
    • capable of building past the egg phase
    • effective at reproducing
    • productive or respected
    • manufacturing fresh fruit or plant life by the bucket load; fruitful; able to produce abundantly; prolific; fecund; effective; rich; inventive
    • Biology effective at initiating, sustaining, or promoting reproduction.
    • with the capacity of producing fruit; fruit-bearing.
    • Biology with the capacity of developing and developing; in a position to mature: a fertile egg.
    • Containing pollen; -- stated of anthers.
    • Botany Bearing useful reproductive structures such as seeds or fruit or material particularly spores or pollen.
    • manufactured in variety; plenteous; ample.
    • Bearing or producing crops or vegetation amply; fruitful.
    • full of material necessary to maintain plant growth: fertile soil.
    • Highly or constantly productive; prolific: a fertile imagination; a fertile way to obtain brand new ideas.
    • Physics Capable of making fissionable product: fertile thorium 232.
    • capable of developing abundant crops; effective
    • with the capacity of reproducing; fecund, fruitful
    • effective at developing through the egg stage
    • effective or prolific
    • bearing by the bucket load specially offspring
    • manufacturing fresh fruit or vegetation in abundance; fruitful; in a position to create amply; prolific; fecund; effective; rich; inventive
    • intellectually effective
    • Capable of creating fresh fruit; fruit-bearing.
    • Containing pollen; -- said of anthers.
    • manufactured in variety; plenteous; ample.
    • marked by great fruitfulness
    • capable of reproducing
    • bearing by the bucket load specifically offspring
    • intellectually effective
    • marked by great fruitfulness
    • capable of reproducing
    • Biology effective at initiating, sustaining, or promoting reproduction.
    • Biology with the capacity of developing and building; able to mature: a fertile egg.
    • Botany Bearing practical reproductive frameworks including seeds or fresh fruit or product such as for example spores or pollen.
    • Bearing or producing plants or plant life abundantly; fruitful.
    • Rich in product had a need to sustain plant growth: fertile earth.
    • Highly or continuously effective; prolific: a fertile imagination; a fertile way to obtain brand new tips.
    • Physics Capable of creating fissionable product: fertile thorium 232.
    • with the capacity of growing plentiful plants; productive
    • capable of reproducing; fecund, fruitful
    • capable of building past the egg phase
    • effective or respected
    • manufacturing fresh fruit or plant life in abundance; fruitful; capable produce amply; respected; fecund; productive; wealthy; inventive
    • with the capacity of making fruit; fruit-bearing.
    • Containing pollen; -- said of anthers.
    • produced in abundance; plenteous; sufficient.
    • bearing by the bucket load especially offspring
    • intellectually effective
    • marked by great fruitfulness
    • effective at reproducing
  • others:
    • Bearing or creating amply, as of vegetable growth, and quite often of offspring; productive; fruitful: with of or perhaps in ahead of the thing produced: as,fertile earth; a fertile strain of pets; a land fertile of grain, or fertile in troops also products.
    • successful mentally; fruitful in intellectual task; inventive; ingenious: because, a fertile mind or imagination; a mind fertile in sources.
    • In bot.:
    • Fruiting, or with the capacity of creating fruit; having an amazing pistil: since, a fertile rose.
    • Capable of fertilizing, as an anther with well-developed pollen.
    • Causing production; fertilizing; marketing fecundity: as, fertile showers; fertile thoughts; a fertile advice.
    • In bee-keeping, in a fertilized state; pregnant. See the plant.
    • Synonyms successful, etc. See fruitful.
    • Bearing or creating abundantly, at the time of veggie growth, and sometimes of offspring; effective; fruitful: with of or perhaps in prior to the thing produced: as,fertile earth; a fertile breed of creatures; a land fertile of wheat, or fertile in troops along with products.
    • successful mentally; fruitful in intellectual activity; inventive; innovative: because, a fertile brain or imagination; a mind fertile in resources.
    • In bot.:
    • Fruiting, or capable of producing good fresh fruit; having a perfect pistil: because, a fertile rose.
    • with the capacity of fertilizing, as an anther with well-developed pollen.
    • Causing manufacturing; fertilizing; marketing fecundity: as, fertile baths; fertile ideas; a fertile recommendation.
    • In bee-keeping, in a fertilized state; expecting. Look at herb.
    • Synonyms effective, etc. See fruitful.
    • Bearing or creating amply, by veggie growth, and often of offspring; productive; fruitful: with of or perhaps in prior to the thing produced: as,fertile soil; a fertile breed of pets; a land fertile of wheat, or fertile in troops and supplies.
    • Productive psychologically; fruitful in intellectual activity; inventive; ingenious: since, a fertile brain or imagination; a mind fertile in resources.
    • In bot.:
    • Fruiting, or with the capacity of producing fruit; having an ideal pistil: because, a fertile rose.
    • with the capacity of fertilizing, as an anther with well-developed pollen.
    • Causing manufacturing; fertilizing; marketing fecundity: as, fertile baths; fertile thoughts; a fertile recommendation.
    • In bee-keeping, in a fertilized condition; expecting. See the plant.
    • Synonyms Productive, etc. See fruitful.
    • Bearing or creating amply, at the time of veggie development, and quite often of offspring; productive; fruitful: with of or perhaps in before the thing produced: as,fertile soil; a fertile variety of animals; a land fertile of wheat, or fertile in troops plus materials.
    • successful psychologically; fruitful in intellectual activity; inventive; innovative: because, a fertile mind or imagination; a mind fertile in resources.
    • In bot.:
    • Fruiting, or capable of creating good fresh fruit; having an amazing pistil: as, a fertile rose.
    • with the capacity of fertilizing, as an anther with well-developed pollen.
    • Causing production; fertilizing; promoting fecundity: as, fertile baths; fertile ideas; a fertile recommendation.
    • In bee-keeping, in a fertilized condition; pregnant. Begin to see the extract.
    • Synonyms effective, etc. See fruitful.
    • Bearing or producing amply, by veggie development, and often of offspring; effective; fruitful: with of or perhaps in ahead of the thing produced: as,fertile earth; a fertile variety of pets; a land fertile of wheat, or fertile in troops including products.
    • Productive mentally; fruitful in intellectual task; inventive; innovative: because, a fertile mind or imagination; a mind fertile in sources.
    • In bot.:
    • Fruiting, or capable of creating good fresh fruit; having a great pistil: as, a fertile flower.
    • with the capacity of fertilizing, as an anther with well-developed pollen.
    • Causing manufacturing; fertilizing; marketing fecundity: as, fertile showers; fertile thoughts; a fertile advice.
    • In bee-keeping, in a fertilized state; pregnant. Start to see the plant.
    • Synonyms successful, etc. See fruitful.
    • Bearing or producing abundantly, by veggie growth, and quite often of offspring; effective; fruitful: with of or perhaps in before the thing produced: as,fertile earth; a fertile strain of pets; a land fertile of wheat, or fertile in troops in addition to supplies.
    • successful mentally; fruitful in intellectual activity; inventive; ingenious: because, a fertile brain or imagination; a mind fertile in sources.
    • In bot.:
    • Fruiting, or effective at creating fresh fruit; having an amazing pistil: because, a fertile flower.
    • with the capacity of fertilizing, as an anther with well-developed pollen.
    • Causing production; fertilizing; promoting fecundity: as, fertile baths; fertile thoughts; a fertile advice.
    • In bee-keeping, in a fertilized state; expecting. Begin to see the extract.
    • Synonyms Productive, etc. See fruitful.

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