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Translation of "cultivate" - English-Spanish dictionary

cultivate

verb   /ˈkʌl·tɪ·veɪt/ ( present participle cultivating, past tense and past participle cultivated)
to prepare land and grow crops on it cultivar
(Definition of cultivate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cultivate

verb /ˈkaltiveit/
to prepare (land) for crops. cultivar
to grow (a crop in a garden, field etc) cultivar He cultivates mushrooms in the cellar.
cultivated adjective
(of fields etc) prepared for crops; used for growing crops cultivado cultivated land.
grown in a garden etc; not wild cultivado a cultivated variety of raspberry.
having good manners; educated culto, refinado, distinguido a cultivated young lady He has cultivated tastes in music.
cultivation noun
cultivo the cultivation of mushrooms.
cultivator noun
a tool or machine for breaking up ground and removing weeds. cultivador
(Definition of cultivate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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