foster

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} teşvik etmek
{f} gayretlendirmek
üvey

O, üvey annesini ziyaret ediyordu. - He was visiting his foster mother.

Jimmy benim üvey çocuğum. - Jimmy is my foster child.

{f} büyütmek
(Kanun) infak ve iaşesini temin etmek
beslemek
besle

Diğer kültürlerin bilgisi çeşitlilik için saygı ve hoşgörüyü besler. - Knowledge of other cultures fosters a respect and tolerance for diversity.

canlandırmak
geliştirmek
bakmak
gelişmesine yardım etmek
süt evlât
foster brother süt kardeş küçüklükten beri aynı yerde kardeş gibi büyümüş kimse
süt
foster child evlât gibi büyütülmüş çocuk
evlâtlık
buyütmek
foster father çocuğu kendi ev
foster child
evlatlık
foster child
bakılan çocuk
foster child
üvey evlat
foster child fantasy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) üvey evlat fantazisi
foster home care
koruyucu aile
foster mother
sütanne
foster parent
üvey anne baba
foster brother or sister
süt kardeş
foster amity, encourage comradeship
beslemek dostluk, arkadaşlık teşvik
foster care
Bir çocuğun vesayet atında bakımı
foster creativity
yaratıcılığı geliştirmek
foster family
Bir çocuğu evlatlık edinen aile
foster home
yetiştirme yurdu

Tom bir yetiştirme yurdunda büyüdü. - Tom grew up in a foster home.

foster homes
geçici evler
foster brother
sütkardeş
foster child
süt çocuk
foster child
süt evlât
foster daughter
sütkızı
foster father
süt baba
foster mother
süt anne
foster nurse
süt dadı
foster nurse
sütnine
foster parents
süt aile
foster parents
çocuğa kendi çocukları gibi bakan aile
foster parents
evlatlığa bakan ana baba
foster sister
sütkardeş
foster son
sütoğul
fostering
(Ticaret) teşvik etme
fostering
(Politika, Siyaset) koruyucu ailelik
foster child
(Kanun) manevi evlat
fostering
(Ticaret) gelişmesine yardım etme
fostering
{i} besleme
fostering
{f} besle
fostering
besleyerek
foster child
sütçocuk
foster child
sütevlat
İngilizce - İngilizce
An English surname, variant of Forster
The care given to another; guardianship
A forester
To nurture or bring up offspring; or to provide similar parental care to an unrelated child
receiving such care
Providing parental care to unrelated children
To cultivate and grow something

Our company fosters an appreciation for the arts.

Related by such care
To nurse or cherish something
{f} encourage, nurture, promote; raise, act as an adoptive family; care for
Foster parents are people who officially take a child into their family for a period of time, without becoming the child's legal parents. The child is referred to as their foster child. Little Jack was placed with foster parents
United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864) help develop, help grow; "nurture his talents"
To foster something such as an activity or idea means to help it to develop. He said that developed countries had a responsibility to foster global economic growth to help new democracies. adj. Dulles John Foster Foster Abigail Kelley Foster Jodie Alicia Christian Foster Foster Stephen Collins Foster William Zebulon
to indicate that the person so called stands in the relation of parent, child, brother, etc
as regards sustenance and nurture, but not by tie of blood
providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties; "foster parent"; "foster child"; "foster home"; "surrogate father
United States songwriter whose songs embody the sentiment of the South before the American Civil War (1826-1864)
help develop, help grow; "nurture his talents"
If you foster a child, you take it into your family for a period of time, without becoming its legal parent. She has since gone on to find happiness by fostering more than 100 children
Relating to nourishment; affording, receiving, or sharing nourishment or nurture; applied to father, mother, child, brother, etc
To feed; to nourish; to support; to bring up
bring up under fosterage; of children promote the growth of; "Foster our children's well-being and education"
promote the growth of; "Foster our children's well-being and education"
{s} entrusted to the care of, receiving parental care from someone unrelated by blood
To be nourished or trained up together
To cherish; to promote the growth of; to encourage; to sustain and promote; as, to foster genius
bring up under fosterage; of children
foster care
A formal system by which a child is cared for, in a foster family, by people other than its own parents, but without being adopted
foster child
A child in foster care
foster children
plural form of foster child
foster families
plural form of foster family
foster family
A family having at least one foster child
foster father
An male adult who cares for a child who has been placed in foster care
foster mother
An female adult who cares for a child who has been placed in foster care
foster parent
An adult who cares for a child who has been placed in foster care
foster parents
plural form of foster parent
foster brother
brother who was raised in a family but not related by birth
foster care
supervised care for delinquent or neglected children usually in an institution or substitute home
foster child
child raised by someone other than their biological parents
foster child
A foster child is any child you cared for as your own child and who lived with you for the entire year A child who was born or died during the year is considered to have lived with you for the entire year if your home was the child's home for the entire time he or she was alive during the year In order to qualify for the child tax credit and/or the earned income credit, your foster child must be: (1) your brother, sister, stepbrother, or stepsister; (2) a descendant (such as a child, including an adopted child) of your brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister; or (3) a child placed with you by an authorized foster-care placement agency
foster child
A foster child of the householder Foster children are people under age 18 placed by the local government in a household to receive parental care They may be living in the household for just a brief period or for several years Foster children are nonrelatives of the householder If the foster child is also related to the householder, the child should be classified as that specific relative
foster child
A child being cared for by foster parents
foster family
the family of a fosterling
foster family
adoptive family
foster father
one who takes the place of a biological father in raising a child
foster home
a household in which an orphaned or delinquent child is placed (usually by a social-service agency)
foster hope
encourage expectation, sustain faith, foster anticipation
foster mother
woman who takes the place of a biological mother in raising a child
foster parent
woman or man who takes the place of a biological parent in raising a child, foster mother or father
foster parents
adoptive parents, parents who care for a child that is not their own
foster parents
state-licensed adults who provide a temporary home for children in state custody whose birth parents are unable to care for them
foster parents
A parent or parents caring for children who have been removed from their home due to family difficulties Foster children are temporary members of the foster parents' household
foster sister
sister who was raised in a family but not related by birth
foster talent
cultivate ability, encourage the development of skills
foster-brother
your foster brother is a male who is not a son of your parents but who is raised by your parents
foster-child
a child who is raised by foster parents
foster-daughter
someone who is raised as a duaghter although not related by birth
foster-father
a man who is a foster parent
foster-mother
a woman who is a foster parent and raises another's child
foster-nurse
a nurse who raises another woman's child as her own
foster-parent
a person who acts as parent and guardian for a child in place of the child's natural parents but without legally adopting the child
foster-sister
your foster sister is a female who is not a daughter of your parents but who is raised by your parents
foster-son
someone who is raised as a son although not related by birth
bananas Foster
A dessert made of sliced bananas which are sautéed in rum, brown sugar, and banana liqueur. Served with ice cream and often flambéed at the table. It originated at Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans
cross-foster
To remove an offspring from its biological mother to be reared by another, especially so as to equalize the numbers in litters
fostering
raising someone to be an accepted member of the community
fostered
{a} nursed, nourished, fed, cherished
fosterer
{n} a nurse
Abigail Kelley Foster
orig. Abigail Kelley born Jan. 15, 1810, Pelham, Mass., U.S. died Jan. 14, 1887, Worcester, Mass. U.S. abolitionist. She became active in a branch of the Female Anti-Slavery Society in the 1830s, and in 1838 she helped William Lloyd Garrison organize the New England Non-Resistance Society. Her long career as a political lecturer brought her national fame and notoriety, in part because she addressed mixed audiences (of both men and women). In 1845 she married Stephen S. Foster (1809-81), a prominent abolitionist who joined her lecture tour. In the 1850s she added temperance and women's rights to her lecture topics
Jodie Foster
orig. Alicia Christian Foster born Nov. 19, 1962, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S. U.S. film actress and director. A professional actress by age three, she continued to play child roles in family films while earning praise as a teenage prostitute in Taxi Driver (1976) and a seductive speakeasy queen in an all-child cast in Bugsy Malone (1976). As an adult she won acclaim for her nuanced performances in films such as The Accused (1988, Academy Award), The Silence of the Lambs (1991, Academy Award), Nell (1994), and Panic Room (2002). She turned to directing with Little Man Tate (1991) and Home for the Holidays (1995)
Jodie Foster
{i} (born 1962) United States actress who won two Academy Awards as best actress (one for her role in "The Accused" and the 2nd for her role in "Silence of the Lambs")
John Foster Dulles
a US lawyer and politician in the Republican Party, who was Secretary of State (=the minister who deals with foreign policy and foreign governments) from 1953 to 1959. He strongly influenced the US's anti-Communist policy during the Cold War (1888-1959). born Feb. 25, 1888, Washington, D.C., U.S. died May 24, 1959, Washington, D.C. U.S. secretary of state (1953-59). He was counsel to the American Peace Commission at Versailles, France, and later helped oversee the payment of World War I reparations. He helped prepare the charter of the UN and was a delegate to its General Assembly (1946-49). He negotiated the complex Japanese peace treaty (1949-51). As secretary of state under Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower, he advocated active opposition to Soviet actions and developed the Eisenhower Doctrine. His critics considered him inflexible and harsh and a practitioner of "brinkmanship" for raising international tensions and bringing the country to the brink of war; later assessments credit his firmness in checking communist expansion
Lord Norman Foster
who has won many prizes for his designs, and works mainly in a very modern high-tech style (1935- ) a British architect (=someone who designs buildings)
Stephen Collins Foster
born July 4, 1826, Lawrenceville, Pa., U.S. died Jan. 13, 1864, New York, N.Y. U.S. songwriter. He began writing songs as a child, influenced in part by black church services he attended with the family's servant and by songs sung by black labourers. In 1842 he published "Open Thy Lattice, Love," and in 1848 he sold "Oh! Susanna" for $100; it quickly became an international hit. He later entered into a contract with the publisher Firth, Pond & Co. He was commissioned to write songs for Edwin P. Christy's minstrel show; his "Old Folks at Home" became one of the most popular songs of the century. In 1857, drinking heavily and in financial difficulties, he sold all rights to his future songs to his publishers for about $1,900. In 1860 he moved to New York; he died penniless at age 37, leaving about 200 songs, including "Camptown Races," "My Old Kentucky Home," "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair," and "Beautiful Dreamer," and he is universally regarded as the greatest American songwriter of the 19th century
Stephen Foster
a US songwriter who wrote many popular songs, such as Oh Susanna, Camptown Races, and Old Folks at Home, which were often about life in the South of the US (1826-64). born July 4, 1826, Lawrenceville, Pa., U.S. died Jan. 13, 1864, New York, N.Y. U.S. songwriter. He began writing songs as a child, influenced in part by black church services he attended with the family's servant and by songs sung by black labourers. In 1842 he published "Open Thy Lattice, Love," and in 1848 he sold "Oh! Susanna" for $100; it quickly became an international hit. He later entered into a contract with the publisher Firth, Pond & Co. He was commissioned to write songs for Edwin P. Christy's minstrel show; his "Old Folks at Home" became one of the most popular songs of the century. In 1857, drinking heavily and in financial difficulties, he sold all rights to his future songs to his publishers for about $1,900. In 1860 he moved to New York; he died penniless at age 37, leaving about 200 songs, including "Camptown Races," "My Old Kentucky Home," "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair," and "Beautiful Dreamer," and he is universally regarded as the greatest American songwriter of the 19th century
William Z Foster
born Feb. 25, 1881, Taunton, Mass., U.S. died Sept. 1, 1961, Moscow, Russian S.F.S.R. U.S. labour organizer and Communist Party leader. He joined the Industrial Workers of the World in 1909 and became nationally prominent as a leader of the American Federation of Labor in the bloody steel strike of 1919. In 1921 the Soviet communists chose him as chairman of the U.S. Communist Party, and he ran as its presidential candidate in 1924, 1928, and 1932 on a platform that envisioned the ultimate demise of capitalism and the establishment of a workers' republic. Ill health forced his resignation in 1932. Soviet dissatisfaction with his successor, Earl Browder, brought him back as chairman (1945-56), but he fell from favour and was made chairman emeritus in 1957
William Zebulon Foster
born Feb. 25, 1881, Taunton, Mass., U.S. died Sept. 1, 1961, Moscow, Russian S.F.S.R. U.S. labour organizer and Communist Party leader. He joined the Industrial Workers of the World in 1909 and became nationally prominent as a leader of the American Federation of Labor in the bloody steel strike of 1919. In 1921 the Soviet communists chose him as chairman of the U.S. Communist Party, and he ran as its presidential candidate in 1924, 1928, and 1932 on a platform that envisioned the ultimate demise of capitalism and the establishment of a workers' republic. Ill health forced his resignation in 1932. Soviet dissatisfaction with his successor, Earl Browder, brought him back as chairman (1945-56), but he fell from favour and was made chairman emeritus in 1957
fostered
provided with parental care and nurture especially by a surrogate or surrogates encouraged or promoted in growth or development; "dreams of liberty nourished by the blood of patriots cannot easily be given up
fostered
provided with parental care and nurture especially by a surrogate or surrogates
fostered
past of foster
fostered
encouraged or promoted in growth or development; "dreams of liberty nourished by the blood of patriots cannot easily be given up"
fosterer
One who fosters; one who is somehow designated to care for and nurture someone
fosterer
{i} encourager, nurturer, person that cares for others
fosterer
One who, or that which, fosters
fostering
raising someone to be an accepted member of the community; "they debated whether nature or nurture was more important"
fostering
present participle of foster
fostering
encouragement; aiding the development of something
fosters
plural of foster
fosters
third-person singular of foster
foster