cultivate

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English - Turkish
ekip biçmek
toprağı işle

Onlar toprağı işlediler. - They cultivated the land.

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

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

Onlar toprağı işlediler. - They cultivated the land.

cultivatable ekilebilir
{f} kendini adamak
{f} kazanmaya çalışmak
{f} ilerletmek
cultivate a friendship dostluk kazanmaya çalışmak
kendine bağlamaya çalışmak
yetiştirilebilir
{f} işlemek
{f} geliştirmek

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

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.

cultivated ekili
{f} gayret etmek
tarlayı sürüp ekmek
dostluk kurmaya çalışmak
ekmek
incelik
zarif
ince
cultivation
toprağı işleme
cultivate a friendship
dostluk kazanmaya çalışmak
cultivation
{i} tarım
cultivation
{i} ziraat
cultivation
{i} geliştirme
cultivation
{i} işleme
cultivated
{s} ekili

Bu tarla iyi ekili değil. - This field is not well cultivated.

cultivated
kültürlü
cultivation
ekili olma/ekme
cultivation
(Tıp) Mikro-organizmaların uygun ortamda üretilmesi
cultivation
(Gıda) üretme
cultivation
(Askeri) BELİRLİ BİR AMAÇ İÇİN YETİŞTİRMEK: Askere alma ve. bilgi edinme amaçlarıyla ya da bu veya diğer amaçlar için kontrolun ele alınması için bir kişiyle amaçlı ve hesaplanmış bir şekilde temasa geçmek
cultivated
terbiyeli
cultivated
(Tarım) işlenen
cultivation
tarım yetiştirme
cultivation
yetiştiricilik
cultivation
imaret
cultivation
(Gıda) kültüre alma
cultivation
(Tarım) kültivasyon
cultivation
bitki yetiştirme
cultivatable
ekilebilir
cultivated
{f} toprağı işle

Onlar toprağı işlediler. - They cultivated the land.

cultivated
{s} görgülü
cultivated
Mürekkep yalamış, eğitimli

He is a fairly cultivated person.

cultivated
{f} işle

Onlar toprağı işlediler. - They cultivated the land.

cultivating
yetiştirilmesi
to cultivate
yetiştirmek için
cultivatable
s., bak. cultivable
cultivated
ekinli
cultivated
{f} işle: adj.ekili
cultivated
işlenmiş
cultivated
geliştir/ek
cultivated
bayındır
cultivated
{f} toprağı işle: adj.işlenmiş
cultivated
ekili/yetişmiş
cultivated
{s} işlenmiş (toprak)
cultivation
{i} kültür, görgü
cultivation
yetişme
cultivation
{i} yetiştirme
cultivation
görgü
cultivation
terbiye
cultivation
{i} (toprağı) işleme; tarım
English - English
To nurture; tend

They tried to cultivate an interest in learning among their students.

To turn or stir soil in preparation for planting
To grow plants, notably crops

Farmers should cultivate their crops to get a good harvest.

to help something grow and florish
– to raise crops; to water, loosen the soil, and weed around growing plants
adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment; "domesticate oats"; "tame the soil"
{v} to till, manure, improve, refine
{f} prepare the ground for planting, grow crops; develop, improve; nurture
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
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
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
To grow or raise plants
To raise or produce by tillage; to care for while growing; as, to cultivate corn or grass
To seek the society of; to court intimacy with
foster the growth of
prepare for crops; "Work the soil"; "cultivate the land" foster the growth of
to grow plants
To bestow attention, care, and labor upon, with a view to valuable returns; to till; to fertilize; as, to cultivate soil
prepare for crops; "Work the soil"; "cultivate the land"
To cultivate is to promote the growth of something (a biological sample, for instance)
train to be discriminative in taste or judgment; "Cultivate your musical taste"; "Train your tastebuds"; "She is well schooled in poetry"
To direct special attention to; to devote time and thought to; to foster; to cherish
To improve by labor, care, or study; to impart culture to; to civilize; to refine
To prepare and use land for growing crops
cultivate friendship
foster amity, encourage comradeship
cultivate land
work land, farm, grow crops
cultivated
Simple past tense and past participle of cultivate
cultivation
The state of being cultivated or used for agriculture

These fields are in cultivation.

cultivation
Devotion of time or attention to the improvement of (something)

His steadfast cultivation of their relationship finally bore fruit.

cultivation
The art or act of cultivating; improvement of land for or by agriculture

The heavy cultivation of the hillside led to soil erosion.

cultivation
Advancement or refinement in physical, intellectual, or moral condition

She is a woman of great cultivation.

cultivation
tilth
cultivation
{i} soil preparation, growing of crops; development, improvement
cultivation
{n} a manuring, tilling, improvement
to cultivate
{v} culture
Cultivation
manurement
Cultivation
manurance
Cultivation
manurage
cultivatable
{s} able to be prepared and planted (of land); able to be developed or improved
cultivatable
Cultivable
cultivated
past of cultivate
cultivated
marked by refinement in taste and manners; "cultivated speech"; "cultured Bostonians"; "cultured tastes"; "a genteel old lady"; "polite society"
cultivated
(of land or fields) prepared for raising crops by plowing or fertilizing; "cultivated land"
cultivated
no longer in the natural state; developed by human care and for human use; "cultivated roses"; "cultivated blackberries
cultivated
{s} prepared and planted (of land); refined, sophisticated, well-bred, educated
cultivated
Cultivated plants have been developed for growing on farms or in gardens. a mixture of wild and cultivated varieties. wild
cultivated
If you describe someone as cultivated, you mean they are well educated and have good manners. His mother was an elegant, cultivated woman. = refined
cultivated
no longer in the natural state; developed by human care and for human use; "cultivated roses"; "cultivated blackberries"
cultivates
Third person singular simple present form of to cultivate
cultivating
present participle of cultivate
cultivation
(agriculture) production of food by preparing the land to grow crops
cultivation
is working the soil to make it suitable for growing crops
cultivation
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
cultivation
refers to the process whereby an oyster or mussel is seeded, tended and harvested to produce a cultured pearl
cultivation
(agriculture) production of food by preparing the land to grow crops socialization through training and education
cultivation
Loosening and breaking up (tilling) of the soil. The soil around existing plants is cultivated (by hand using a hoe, or by machine using a cultivator) to destroy weeds and promote growth by increasing soil aeration and water infiltration. Soil being prepared for the planting of a crop is cultivated by a harrow or plow
cultivation
Bestowal of time or attention for self-improvement or for the benefit of others; fostering care
cultivation
socialization through training and education
cultivation
The turning of surface soil to prepare a seedbed, aerate, and/or eliminate weeds
cultivation
to mechanically loosen or break up soil between the rows of growing crops, uproot weeds, and aerate the soil, generally done one to three times per season
cultivation
Preparation of land to grow crops
cultivation
The planting, tending and harvesting of crops and plants
cultivation
The process of promoting or encouraging interest and/or involvement on the part of a potential donor or volunteer leader It is the educative process to inform about an institution and give reasons why it merits support Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
cultivation
The collecting, growing of mycelia, inoculation onto special growth materials, and the harvesting of mushrooms using controlled methods
cultivation
The state of being cultivated; advancement in physical, intellectual, or moral condition; refinement; culture
cultivation
The art or act of cultivating; improvement for agricultural purposes or by agricultural processes; tillage; production by tillage
cultivation
A process performed by farmers during the potato-growing season to help control weeds and keep developing tubers covered with earth The first cultivation occurs before potato plants have emerged from the soil The last cultivation occurs when the plants are in full bloom Preparing the land for planting involves hilling and weed-control
cultivation
Mechanical soil agitation after crop emergence for the purpose of killing weeds
cultivation
– the process of preparing the land and caring for growing crops
cultivation
Shallow tillage operations performed to create soil conditions conducive to improved aeration, infiltration, and water conservation, or to control weeds
cultivation
Preparation and use of land for the production of food
cultivate

    Hyphenation

    cul·ti·vate

    Turkish pronunciation

    kʌltıveyt

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkəltəˌvāt/ /ˈkʌltəˌveɪt/

    Etymology

    [ 'k&l-t&-"vAt ] (transitive verb.) circa 1655. From Medieval Latin cultivātus, perfect passive participle of cultivō (“till, cultivate”), from cultīvus (“tilled”), from Latin cultus, perfect passive participle of colō (“till, cultivate”), which comes from earlier *quelō, from Proto-Indo-European *kʷel- (“to move; to turn (around)”). Cognates include Ancient Greek πέλω (pelō) and Sanskrit चरति (cárati). The same Proto-Indo-European root also gave Latin in-quil-īnus (“inhabitant”) and anculus (“servant”).

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