nurture definition

  • noun:
    • Something that revitalizes; sustenance.
    • The work of bringing up.
    • Biology the sum ecological impacts and conditions acting on an organism.
    • The work of nourishing or medical; tender attention; education; training.
    • what revitalizes; meals; diet.
    • environmentally friendly influences that subscribe to the introduction of a person; see in addition nature.
    • The work of nourishing or medical; tender care; education; instruction.
    • whatever nourishes; meals; diet.
    • The act of providing with nutrition; the act or means of cultivating or marketing development.
    • Upbringing; education; control; training; education; breeding, particularly good breeding.
    • Nourishment; what revitalizes; food; diet.
    • Synonyms Training, Discipline, etc. (see training), education.
    • the properties obtained as a consequence of the manner in which you had been addressed as a child
    • helping some body grow up becoming an accepted member of the community
  • verb-transitive:
    • To nurture; feed.
    • To educate; train.
    • to aid develop or develop; cultivate: nurture students's talent.
    • To feed; to nourish.
    • to teach; to bring or teach up.
  • verb:
    • to nourish or nurse
    • provide with nourishment
    • talk about
    • help progress, help develop
  • others:
    • To give; nourish.
    • To educate; bring or train up.
    • Synonyms and Nurse, Nourish, Nurture. These words tend to be of the identical source. Nurse has the least, and nourish much, of figurative usage. Nurture expresses the majority of thoughtful care and ethical control: it isn't today used in any but this secondary good sense.
    • to teach, college, back, breed, discipline.

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