cultivates

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Definition von cultivates im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

cultivate
{f} ekip biçmek
cultivate
yetiştirmek
cultivate
toprağı işle

Onlar toprağı işlediler. - They cultivated the land.

cultivate
geliştirmek

Tek yapmanız gereken, kendinizi diğer arkadaşın yerine koyma yeteneğini geliştirmek. - All you have to do is to cultivate the ability to put yourself in the other fellow's place.

Sporlar dostluk geliştirmek için etkilidir. - Sports are effective to cultivate friendship.

cultivate
kazanmaya çalışmak
cultivate
ilerletmek
cultivate
{f} (tarlayı) sürmek, (toprağı) işlemek
cultivate
{f} (biriyle) dostluk kurmaya çalışmak
cultivate
yetiştirme
cultivate
dostluk kurmaya çalışmak
cultivate
ince
cultivate
zarif
cultivate
yetiştirici
cultivate
tarlayı sürmek
cultivate
ekici
cultivate
incelik
cultivate
ekmek
cultivate
kibarlık
cultivate
toprağı işlemek
cultivate
dostluğunu kazanmaya/ilerletmeye çalışmak
cultivate
işlemek
cultivate
(Tıp) Mikroorganizmaları uygun ortamda üretmek
cultivate
işle

Onlar toprağı işlediler. - They cultivated the land.

Zen'in aklımızı işlediğini söylüyorlar. - They say Zen cultivates our mind.

woman who cultivates oysters
istiridye yetiştirerek kadın
cultivate
gayret etmek
cultivate
cultivated ekili
cultivate
cultivatable ekilebilir
cultivate
tarlayı sürüp ekmek
cultivate
{f} kendini adamak
cultivate
cultivate a friendship dostluk kazanmaya çalışmak
cultivate
kendine bağlamaya çalışmak
cultivate
yetiştirilebilir
Englisch - Englisch
Third person singular simple present form of to cultivate
cultivate
To grow plants, notably crops

Farmers should cultivate their crops to get a good harvest.

cultivate
To turn or stir soil in preparation for planting
cultivate
– to raise crops; to water, loosen the soil, and weed around growing plants
cultivate
adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment; "domesticate oats"; "tame the soil"
cultivate
to help something grow and florish
cultivate
{v} to till, manure, improve, refine
cultivate
If you cultivate someone or cultivate a friendship with them, you try hard to develop a friendship with them. Howe carefully cultivated Daniel C. Roper, the Assistant Postmaster General Estonia has done much to cultivate the friendship of western European countries
cultivate
If you cultivate land or crops, you prepare land and grow crops on it. She also cultivated a small garden of her own. the few patches of cultivated land. + cultivation cul·ti·va·tion the cultivation of fruits and vegetables Farmers with many acres under cultivation profited
cultivate
If you cultivate an attitude, image, or skill, you try hard to develop it and make it stronger or better. Cultivating a positive mental attitude towards yourself can reap tremendous benefits. + cultivation cul·ti·va·tion the cultivation of a positive approach to life and health
cultivate
{f} prepare the ground for planting, grow crops; develop, improve; nurture
cultivate
prepare for crops; "Work the soil"; "cultivate the land" foster the growth of
cultivate
to grow plants
cultivate
To improve by labor, care, or study; to impart culture to; to civilize; to refine
cultivate
prepare for crops; "Work the soil"; "cultivate the land"
cultivate
foster the growth of
cultivate
To seek the society of; to court intimacy with
cultivate
To cultivate is to promote the growth of something (a biological sample, for instance)
cultivate
To grow or raise plants
cultivate
train to be discriminative in taste or judgment; "Cultivate your musical taste"; "Train your tastebuds"; "She is well schooled in poetry"
cultivate
To direct special attention to; to devote time and thought to; to foster; to cherish
cultivate
To raise or produce by tillage; to care for while growing; as, to cultivate corn or grass
cultivate
To prepare and use land for growing crops
cultivate
To bestow attention, care, and labor upon, with a view to valuable returns; to till; to fertilize; as, to cultivate soil
cultivate
to nurture; tend
cultivates

    Türkische aussprache

    kʌltîveyts

    Aussprache

    /ˈkəltəˌvāts/ /ˈkʌltɪˌveɪts/

    Etymologie

    [ 'k&l-t&-"vAt ] (transitive verb.) circa 1655. Medieval Latin cultivatus, pp. of cultivare, from cultivus cultivable, from Latin cultus, past participle of colere.

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