domestication

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İngilizce - Türkçe
evcilleşme
evcilleştirme
{i} uygarlaştırma
{i} yuva sevgisi
{i} kültürleme
{i} ehlileştirme
domesticate
{f} evcilleştirmek
domesticate
ev işlerine alıştırmak
domesticate
(hayvan) evcilleştirmek
domesticate
evcilleştir

Benim dini gün sırasında bir füg besteledim ve bir narbülbülü evcilleştirdim. - During my sabbatical, I composed a fugue and domesticated a robin.

Kediler, Mısırlılar tarafından evcilleştirilmiştir. - Cats were domesticated by the Egyptians.

domesticate
uygarlaştırmak
domesticate
evine bağlamak
domesticate
medenileştirmek
domesticate
ev işlerini sevdirmek
ultimate domestication
nihai evcilleştirme
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of domesticating, or accustoming to home; the action of taming wild animals
The act of domesticating, or making a legal instrument recognized and enforceable in a jurisdiction foreign to the one in which the instrument was originally issued or created
{n} the act of taming, state of being tamed
The core of the notion of domestication is the control of reproduction For animals this means determining which animals are kept and used as breeding stock For plants this means the selection of some of the seed from one harvest to sow in order to produce the next harvest
Process of hereditary reorganization of wild animals and plants into forms more accommodating to the interests of people. In its strictest sense, it refers to the initial stage of human mastery of wild animals and plants. The fundamental distinction of domesticated animals and plants from their wild ancestors is that they are created by human labour to meet specific requirements or whims and are adapted to the conditions of continuous care people maintain for them. A variety of animals have been domesticated for food (e.g., cattle, chickens, pigs), clothing (e.g., sheep, silkworms), transportation and labour (e.g., camels, donkeys, horses), and pleasure (e.g., cats, dogs). See also breeding; selection
The process of breeding for a given desirable characteristic found in the wild so as to increase, enhance and stabilise its occurrence in cultivated plants (Robinson, 1980)
accommodation to domestic life; "her explorer husband resisted all her attempts at domestication" adaptation to intimate association with human beings
accommodation to domestic life; "her explorer husband resisted all her attempts at domestication"
{i} process of domesticating; process of taming, process of training; process of accustoming an animal to life with mankind
A process by which human beings tame wild animals and change the nature of plants Native Americans tamed wolves and in doing so created the dog They also cultivated some plants, eventually changing the plant's natural distribution, seed size, and its ability to reproduce
A farming technique in which animals, such as: Dog Sheep Cattle Pigs Goats Horse are captured, controlled and bred (often selectively), to provide food, clothing, transport and power The term may also apply to agriculture with crops and plants such as: Wheat Barley and in other parts of the world: rice, millet, maize, beans, and potatoes
the process of taming something wild
Making something suitable for human use such as taming wild animals or farming wild plants
– the process of taming or making usable for humans
the process by which plants, animals or microbes selected from the wild adapt to a special habitat created for them by humans
The collection from the wild state and the use in agriculture of plants having desirable traits
adaptation to intimate association with human beings
when humans intervene in the breeding patterns of plants or animals
the attribute of having been domesticated
The process of altering, through directed selection, the genetic makeup of a species so as to increase the species’ usefulness to humans
domesticate
To make fit for domestic life
domesticate
To make domestic
domesticate
To adapt to live with humans

The Russian claims to have successfully domesticated foxes.

domesticate
{v} to make domestic or tame
domesticate
When people domesticate wild animals or plants, they bring them under control and use them to produce food or as pets. We domesticated the dog to help us with hunting. = tame. to make an animal able to work for people or live with them as a pet tame
domesticate
{f} domesticize, tame an animal, house-train, accustom to life with mankind
domesticate
To cause to be, as it were, of one's family or country; as, to domesticate a foreign custom or word
domesticate
adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment; "domesticate oats"; "tame the soil
domesticate
overcome the wildness of; make docile and tractable; "He tames lions for the circus"; "reclaim falcons"
domesticate
To make domestic; to habituate to home life; as, to domesticate one's self
domesticate
make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans; "The horse was domesticated a long time ago"; "The wolf was tamed and evolved into the house dog"
domesticate
To tame or reclaim from a wild state; as, to domesticate wild animals; to domesticate a plant
domesticate
To make a legal instrument recognized and enforceable in a jurisdiction foreign to the one in which the instrument was originally issued or created
domesticate
An animal or plant that has been domesticated
domesticate
adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment; "domesticate oats"; "tame the soil"
domestication

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