cultivate


cultivate
1. III
1) cultivate smth. cultivate land (fields, etc.) обрабатывать /возделывать/ землю и т. д.
2) cultivate smth. cultivate plants (vegetables, germs, a bacillus, etc.) выращивать /разводить/ растения и т.д.; cultivate a moustache отращивать или холить усы
3) cultivate smth. cultivate a taste (moral sense, a good accent, an easy manner, the manners of a gentleman, bluntness, etc.) развивать /вырабатывать/ вкус и т. д.; the gaiety which she had so long cultivated веселость, которую она так долго в себе воспитывала /вырабатывала/; cultivate the mind развивать умственные способности /ум/; it'll take time to cultivate his talent нужно время, чтобы развить его талант; cultivate smth., smb. cultivate a friendship (smb.'s acquaintance, a connection, etc.) поощрять /развивать/ дружбу и т. д.; cultivate friends заводить друзей; he cultivates the sort of people who can be useful to him in his business он поддерживает знакомство только с теми людьми, которые могут быть ему полезны в деловом отношении
2. IV
cultivate smth. in some manner cultivate smth. systematically (profitably, extensively, assiduously, etc.) выращивать /разводить/ что-л. систематически и т д.
3. XI
1) be cultivated in some manner their land is cultivated to the inch их земля обрабатывается вся до последнего дюйма
2) be cultivated with smth. the land is highly cultivated with cotton на этих землях интенсивно выращивается хлопок
3) be cultivated as smth. conversation was cultivated as an art in those days в те времена умению вести беседу обучали как искусству
4. XXI1
1) cultivate smth. with smth. cultivate land with rice (the field with tobacco, the kitchen garden with vegetables, etc.) занимать землю под рис и т.д., засевать землю рисом и т. д.
2) cultivate smth. for smth. cultivate a plant for its fruit (a shrub for its beautiful flowers, etc.) выращивать растение ради его плодов и т. д.
3) cultivate smb. in smth. cultivate young men in citizenship ( girls in modesty, them in aesthetic qualities, etc.) прививать молодым людям чувство гражданственности и т. д., воспитывать чувство гражданственности в молодых людях и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Cultivate — Cul ti*vate (k?l t? v?t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Cultivated} ( v? t?d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Cultivating} ( v? t?ng).] [LL. cultivatus, p. p. of cultivare to cultivate, fr. cultivus cultivated, fr. L. cultus, p. p. of colere to till, cultivate. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cultivate — cul‧ti‧vate [ˈkʌltveɪt] verb [transitive] 1. FARMING to prepare and use land for growing crops and plants: • Some of the land would be impossible to cultivate. 2. to develop a particular skill or quality in yourself: • The company has been… …   Financial and business terms

  • cultivate — [v1] develop land for growing breed, crop, dress, farm, fertilize, garden, harvest, labor, manage, mature, plant, plow, prepare, propagate, raise, ripen, seed, tend, till, work; concepts 253,257 Ant. destroy, ignore, neglect cultivate [v2] enrich …   New thesaurus

  • cultivate — [kul′tə vāt΄] vt. cultivated, cultivating [< ML cultivatus, pp. of cultivare < LL cultivus, tilled < L cultus: see CULT] 1. to prepare and use (soil or land) for growing crops; till 2. to break up the surface soil around (plants) in… …   English World dictionary

  • cultivate — I verb advance, colere, develop, elevate, enrich, farm, forward, foster, further, garden, improve, make better, nourish, nurture, polish, prepare for crops, promote, rarefy, refine, till, train, work II index ameliorate, cause, develop …   Law dictionary

  • cultivate — (v.) early 17c., from M.L. cultivatus, pp. of cultivare, from L.L. cultivus tilled, from L. cultus (see CULT (Cf. cult)). Figurative sense of improve by training or education is from 1680s. Related: Cultivable; cultivated; cultivating …   Etymology dictionary

  • cultivate — nurture, *nurse, foster, cherish Analogous words: develop, *mature, ripen: raise, rear (see LIFT): educate, train, instruct, *teach: *improve, better, ameliorate Contrasted words: *neglect, ignore, disregard, slight …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • cultivate — ► VERB 1) prepare and use (land) for crops or gardening. 2) raise or grow (plants or crops). 3) grow or maintain (living cells or tissue) in an artificial medium containing nutrients. 4) try to acquire or develop (a quality or skill). 5) try to… …   English terms dictionary

  • cultivate — 01. They [cultivate] grapes for making excellent wine in many parts of the Okanagan. 02. It is the job of a parent to [cultivate] a sense of self confidence in children. 03. Boris Yeltsin [cultivated] Vladimir Putin as his successor as the leader …   Grammatical examples in English

  • cultivate — [[t]kʌ̱ltɪveɪt[/t]] cultivates, cultivating, cultivated 1) VERB If you cultivate land or crops, you prepare land and grow crops on it. [V n] She also cultivated a small garden of her own. [V ed] ...the few patches of cultivated land. Derived… …   English dictionary

  • cultivate — transitive verb ( vated; vating) Etymology: Medieval Latin cultivatus, past participle of cultivare, from cultivus cultivable, from Latin cultus, past participle of colere Date: circa 1655 1. to prepare or prepare and use for the raising of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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