English - Turkish

  1. beslemek fiil (nourish)
  2. nourish false hopes gerçekleşemeyecek ümitler beslemek (nourish)
  3. (duygu, umut v.b.'ni) beslemek fiil (nourish)
  4. büyütmek fiil (nourish)
  5. beslenmek (be nourished)
  6. bakmak (nourish)
  7. desteklemek (nourish)
  8. gütmek (nourish)
  9. Emzirmek, meme vermek Tıp (nourish)
  10. gütmek (duygu) fiil (nourish)
  11. beslemek, gıda vermek fiil (nourish)
  12. Beslemke Tıp (nourish)
  13. besle (nourish)

English - English

  1. fed
  2. Simple past tense and past participle of nourish
  3. encouraged or promoted in growth or development; "dreams of liberty nourished by the blood of patriots cannot easily be given up"
  4. being provided with adequate nourishment
  5. To supply the means of support and increase to; to encourage; to foster; as, to nourish rebellion; to nourish the virtues (nourish)
  6. To support; to maintain (nourish)
  7. To feed and cause to grow; to supply with matter which increases bulk or supplies waste, and promotes health; to furnish with nutriment (nourish)
  8. A nurse (nourish)
  9. To cherish; to comfort (nourish)
  10. To educate; to instruct; to bring up; to nurture; to promote the growth of in attainments (nourish)
  11. To promote growth; to furnish nutriment (nourish)
  12. To gain nourishment (nourish)
  13. feed; support; nurture fiil (nourish)
  14. give nourishment to (nourish)
  15. provide with nourishment; "We sustained ourselves on bread and water"; "This kind of food is not nourishing for young children" (nourish)
  16. To nourish something such as a feeling or belief means to allow or encourage it to grow. Journalists on the whole don't create public opinion. They can help to nourish it. see also -nourished (nourish)
  17. To nourish a person, animal, or plant means to provide them with the food that is necessary for life, growth, and good health. The food she eats nourishes both her and the baby. microbes in the soil which nourish the plant. + nourishing nour·ish·ing Most of these nourishing substances are in the yolk of the egg. sensible, nourishing food (nourish)
  18. provide with nourishment; "We sustained ourselves on bread and water"; "This kind of food is not nourishing for young children (nourish)

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    Etymology: [ 'n&r-ish, 'n&-rish ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English nurishen, from Old French noriss-, stem of norrir, from Latin nutrire to suckle, nourish; akin to Greek nan to flow, noteros damp, Sanskrit snauti it drips.
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