Cultivate | Definition of Cultivate by Merriam-Webster
Prehistoric peoples settled the area and began to cultivate the land. Some of the fields are cultivated while others lie fallow. a plant that is cultivated for its fruit They survived by cultivating vegetables and grain. He has carefully cultivated his image. She cultivated a taste for fine wines.
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Cultivate definition, to prepare and work on (land) in order to raise crops; till. See more.
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Cultivate - definition of cultivate by The Free Dictionary
1. (Agriculture) to till and prepare (land or soil) for the growth of crops
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3 to look after or assist the growth of by labor and care . in an attempt to produce New World counterparts of the wines that he had enjoyed in Europe, Jefferson cultivated several varieties of grapes at Monticello
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