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İngilizce - Türkçe
kültürlü

Şehir çoğunlukla Londra'nın kuzeyinde en kültürlü ve kozmopolit şehir olarak kabul edilmektedir. - The city is often regarded as the most cultured and cosmopolitan city north of London.

Tüm insanlar sağlıklı ve kültürlü yaşam minimum standartlarını koruma hakkına sahip olacaktır. - All people shall have the right to maintain the minimum standards of wholesome and cultured living.

(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) safkan
terbiye edilmiş
{s} üretilmiş
{s} görgülü
insan ürünü/kültürlü
{s} kültive

Japon kültive incileri dünya inci pazarının % 60'ına kadarını tekeline almıştır. - Japanese cultured pearls have come to monopolise as much as 60% of the world pearl market.

{s} aydın
ekinli
culture
{i} kültür

O, Japon kültürünün takdir eder. - He appreciates Japanese culture.

Doğu ülkelerinin kültürlerinin öğrenimini yaptı. - He has studied the cultures of Eastern Countries.

cultured plants
kültür bitkileri
cultured pearl
kültive inci
cultivated, cultured
Kültürlü ekili
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bireyin kazandığı bilgi
culture
hars
culture
tarım
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medenilik
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ekin
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kültürü
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kültürle
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medeniyetin bir safhası
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bakteri kültürü
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(Tıp) Fenni tetkik için mikropların üretilmesi, kültür
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medeniyet
culture
{i} biyol. kültür
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ekim
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üretme
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yetiştirme
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münevverlik
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laboratuvarda mikrop üretmek
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{f} kültür yapmak, laboratuvarda mikrop üretmek
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culture trait kültür hususiyeti
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kültür yapmak
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irfan
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terbiye
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(Askeri) ARAZİ ÖZELLİĞİ (İNSAN YAPISI): Bir arazi üzerinde insanlar tarafından inşa edilmiş özellikler. Buna yollar, binalar ve kanallar; sınır çizgileri ve daha geniş bir anlamda da bir harita üzerindeki isim ve yazılar da dahildir
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medeniyetecultural anthropology so
culture
{i} geliştirme
İngilizce - İngilizce
Artificially developed

cultured plant.

Simple past tense and past participle of culture
Learned in the ways of civilized society; civilized; refined
marked by refinement in taste and manners; "cultivated speech"; "cultured Bostonians"; "cultured tastes"; "a genteel old lady"; "polite society"
past of culture
Under culture; cultivated
{s} cultivated, refined, educated; grown in a controlled environment for scientific study (bacteria, germs, etc.)
If you describe someone as cultured, you mean that they have good manners, are well educated, and know a lot about the arts. He is a cultured man with a wide circle of friends. intelligent, polite, and interested in art, literature, music etc
Characterized by mental and moral training; disciplined; refined; well-educated
cultured pearl
A cultured pearl is a pearl that is created by putting sand or grit into an oyster. a pearl that has been grown artificially
cultured plants
plants which have been cultivated
culture
cultivation

The Culture of Spring-Flowering Bulbs.

culture
The beliefs, values, behaviour and material objects that constitute a people's way of life
culture
To maintain in an environment suitable for growth (especially of bacteria)
culture
To increase the artistic or scientific interest (in something)
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The complete way of life of a people: the shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterize a group; their customs, art, literature, religion, philosophy, etc ; the pattern of learned and shared behavior among the members of a group
culture
{v} to cultivate
culture
{n} the act of cultivation
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the sum total of the ways of life of a people; includes norms, learned behavior patterns, attitudes, and artifacts; also involves traditions, habits or customs; how people behave, feel and interact; the means by which they order and interpret the world; ways of perceiving, relating and interpreting events based on established social norms; a system of standards for perceiving, believing, evaluating, and acting
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The entire way of life of a defined group of people, which includes the interrelated spheres of the physical world, material social conditions, ideology, spirituality, affect
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The act of, or any labor or means employed for, training, disciplining, or refining the moral and intellectual nature of man; as, the culture of the mind
culture
Normally defined as "the ideas, customs, skills, arts, etc of a people or group that are transferred, communicated or passed along to succeeding generations" (Webster's Dictionary) However, Minnesota's DCFL, says: " feelings and behavior related to sexuality are part of a larger system of culture " (Minnesota School Health Guide, Published by Minnesota Departments of Health and DCFL, Ch 12, p 20 ) By "behavior related to sexuality" is meant sexual orientation and homosexual activity In this way the DCFL smuggles in the study of sexual orientation and homosexual activity by disarmingly presenting it as the study of "culture"
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1 In microbiology, the growth of an organism in or on a nutrient medium 2 In social science, a set of beliefs, values, symbols, rituals, and heroes common to and characteristic of a community or nation Culturally determined characteristics include language, acceptable gender roles and occupations, and much health-related behavior See also community
culture
the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization; "the developing drug culture"; "the reason that the agency is doomed to inaction has something to do with the FBI culture"
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The reflection and prefiguration of the possibilities of organization of everyday life in a given historical moment; a complex of aesthetics, feelings and mores through which a collectivity reacts on the life that is objectively determined by its economy (We are defining this term only in the perspective of creating values, not in that of teaching them )
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[n] shared knowledge, behavior, ideas, and customs of a group or groups of people
culture
The development of criminology to some degree can be told as the story of a deepening understanding of culture For early sociological criminologistsand for many today'culture' is primarily understood as the values and goals that orient individual actors Many subcultural and labeling theorists deepen this understanding, seeing a 'culture' as the understandings and behaviors that arise, in the words of Howard Becker, " in response to a problem faced in common by a group of people " (Outsiders, 81) Finally, recent criminologistsespecially feminist and critical criminologistsview culture very broadly, as the beliefs and values, tastes and interests, knowledge, behavior, and even the very ways that individuals conceive their of 'selves' Culture, in short, has come to be seen as the fabric out of which the social is made
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The learned values, beliefs, perceptions, and behaviors of specific groups of people Nurses or therapists value cultural differences and recognize mental disorders within the context of their individual cultures
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n The totality of socially transmitted behavior patterns, arts, beliefs, institutions, and all other products of human work and thought characteristic of a community or population 2 A style of social and artistic expression peculiar to a society or class
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An archaeological culture refers to the pattern of remains left behind by a distinct group of people Culture in the anthropological, as opposed to the archaeological, sense can be defined as the sum total of socially-learned and transmitted behaviour and thought
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the raising of plants or animals; "the culture of oysters" (biology) the growing of microorganisms in a nutrient medium (such as gelatin or agar); "the culture of cells in a Petri dish" the tastes in art and manners that are favored by a social group the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization; "the developing drug culture"; "the reason that the agency is doomed to inaction has something to do with the FBI culture" a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization" (bacteriology) the product of cultivating micro-organisms in a nutrient medium
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Culture consists of activities such as the arts and philosophy, which are considered to be important for the development of civilization and of people's minds. aspects of popular culture. France's Minister of Culture and Education
culture
the tastes in art and manners that are favored by a social group the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization; "the developing drug culture"; "the reason that the agency is doomed to inaction has something to do with the FBI culture"
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The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave. But social workers say that this has created a culture of dependency, particularly in urban areas
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The act or practice of cultivating, or of preparing the earth for seed and raising crops by tillage; as, the culture of the soil
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A culture is a particular society or civilization, especially considered in relation to its beliefs, way of life, or art. people from different cultures I was brought up in a culture that said you must put back into the society what you have taken out
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"the integrated system of learned patterns of ideas, values, behavior, products, and institutions characteristic of a society" (Van Rheenen 1996b, 81); "the sum total of ways of living built up by a human community and transmitted from one generation to another" (Newbigin 1984, 5)
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{f} expose to culture, cultivate; grow in a controlled environment for scientific study (bacteria, germs, etc.)
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The beliefs, values, behavior and material objects that constitute a peoples way of life
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Equivalent and complementary meanings approximately shared by many members of a society or by identifiable segments of the society (e g , status groups), and generally transmitted from one generation to the next (Note: this definition and concepts within it are amplified in Rohner, 1984 ) The important point here is that the concept "culture" in PARTheory refers exclusively to some degree of consensus about symbolic meanings among members of a population The concept does not include behavior except insofar as behavior is motivated by or expresses symbolic meanings (See culture learning; enculturation; equivalence of meaning; mental representation)
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a test to see whether there are TB bacteria in your phlegm or other body fluids This test can take 2 to 4 weeks in most laboratories
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Any knowledge passed from one generation to the next, not necessarily with respect to human beings
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The state of being cultivated; result of cultivation; physical improvement; enlightenment and discipline acquired by mental and moral training; civilization; refinement in manners and taste
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The collection of organisms resulting from such a cultivation
culture
the tastes in art and manners that are favored by a social group
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The collective noun for a group of bacteria
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An integrated pattern of human beliefs, values, behaviors, and institutions shared by a distinct group, the inhabitants of a region, or the citizens of a nation Used in some contexts as a synonym for the arts and other forms of social expression
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In science, a culture is a group of bacteria or cells which are grown, usually in a laboratory as part of an experiment. a culture of human cells
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(bacteriology) the product of cultivating micro-organisms in a nutrient medium
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the raising of plants or animals; "the culture of oysters"
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a people's whole way of life This includes their ideas, their beliefs, language, values, knowledge, customs, and the things they make
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{i} civilization; refinement; cultivation (Agriculture); bacteria or germs grown for scientific study (Biology)
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a set of learned beliefs, values and behaviors--the way of life--shared by the members of a society
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– the customs, beliefs, and ways of life of a group of people
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Archaeologically, a human population that shared a similar economic life style, activities and beliefs which can be recognized through the identification of residual remains and artifacts which were left behind by the group
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The accumulated habits, attitudes, and beliefs of a group of people that define for them their general behavior and way of life; the total set of learned activities of a people
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all the knowledge and values shared by a society
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a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization"
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In science, to culture a group of bacteria or cells means to grow them, usually in a laboratory as part of an experiment. To confirm the diagnosis, the hospital laboratory must culture a colony of bacteria. to grow bacteria or cells for medical or scientific use. Integrated pattern of human knowledge, belief, and behaviour that is both a result of and integral to the human capacity for learning and transmitting knowledge to succeeding generations. Culture thus consists of language, ideas, beliefs, customs, taboos, codes, institutions, tools, techniques, works of art, rituals, ceremonies, and symbols. It has played a crucial role in human evolution, allowing human beings to adapt the environment to their own purposes rather than depend solely on natural selection to achieve adaptive success. Every human society has its own particular culture, or sociocultural system. Variation among cultures is attributable to such factors as differing physical habitats and resources; the range of possibilities inherent in areas such as language, ritual, and social organization; and historical phenomena such as the development of links with other cultures. An individual's attitudes, values, ideals, and beliefs are greatly influenced by the culture (or cultures) in which he or she lives. Culture change takes place as a result of ecological, socioeconomic, political, religious, or other fundamental factors affecting a society. See also culture contact; sociocultural evolution. culture struggle Adena culture Anasazi culture Aurignacian culture Beaker culture Chaco Culture National Historical Park Culture System culture contact culture hero Dawenkou culture Ta wen k'ou culture Dong Son culture Edo culture Erlitou culture Hohokam culture Hongshan culture Hung shan culture Hopewell culture Jomon culture Lapita culture Longshan culture Lung shan culture Magdalenian culture Mississippian culture Mogollon culture Nok culture pure culture tissue culture Urnfield culture Villanovan culture Woodland culture Yangshao culture Yayoi culture
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The process of growing a bacterial or other biological entity in an artificial medium
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The beliefs, traditions, habits, and values controlling the behavior of the majority of the people in a social-ethnic group These include the people's way of dealing with their problems of survival and existence as a continuing group
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The reflection and prefiguration at any given historical moment, of the possible organization of daily life; the complex of mores, aesthetic, and feelings by which a collective reacts to a life which is objectively given to it by its economy We def ine this term only from the perspective of the creation of values, and not of their teaching
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a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality; "they performed with great polish"; "I admired the exquisite refinement of his prose"; "almost an inspiration which gives to all work that finish which is almost art"--Joseph Conrad
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Those details of a map, collectively, which do not represent natural features of the area delineated, as names and the symbols for towns, roads, houses, bridges, meridians, and parallels
culture
learned behavior of people, which includes their belief systems and languages, their social relationships, their institutions and organizations, and their material goods food, clothing, buildings, tools, and machines
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The cultivation of bacteria or other organisms in artificial media or under artificial conditions
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Features constructed by man that are under, on, or above the ground which are delineated on a map These include roads, trails, buildings, canals, sewer systems, and boundary lines In a broad sense, the term also applies to all names, other identification, and legends on a map
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a society at a particular time, which has shared beliefs or values, for example, the inhabitants of the southern states of the USA in the time of Trollope's story saw nothing wrong with slavery, while the inhabitants of the northern states wished to end the practice
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The arts, customs, and habits that characterize a particular society or nation
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To cultivate; to educate
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(biology) the growing of microorganisms in a nutrient medium (such as gelatin or agar); "the culture of cells in a Petri dish"
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