- atiina aeatiina aeatiina aee atiina ae ai
Verb(1) foster the growth of(2) prepare for crops(3) teach or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment(4) adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land
(1) Look for property with old people in them - sooner or later they'll want to sell - cultivate these people now.(2) With a dependable and affordable water supply, not only did the growing population have domestic water, they were also able to cultivate commercial crops and plant trees.(3) Did the earthworm choose to dig everlastingly, to pass countless tons of earth through its body over the centuries to help cultivate the soil for plant life?(4) The other lesson he accordingly wishes to bring home to the rulers of his age is that, in addition to having a sound army, a prince who aims to scale the heights of glory must cultivate the right qualities of princely leadership.(5) Every editor needs to cultivate people from the community who represent a wide range of outlooks and experiences.(6) And those who come are too lazy to cultivate the land.(7) they were encouraged to cultivate basic food crops(8) It is imperative for the parents to cultivate good qualities and sublime norms so that the children may also mould in their hues right from their childhood.(9) These teachers have the unique opportunity to help students cultivate talents and skills that will enrich the rest of their lives.(10) it helps if you go out of your way to cultivate the local people(11) You must also cultivate attitude, nutrition and rest to EARN your just rewards.(12) Conservatives should cultivate her and respect her.(13) Slugs and snails are mainly nocturnal, and the sun's heat can be fatal to slugs and to all mollusc eggs, so cultivate the soil thoroughly to bring them to the surface.(14) Farmers grow loose flowers in open fields, but cultivate cut flowers under controlled conditions.(15) Even engineering graduates need to cultivate such skills.(16) The challenge is to cultivate their skills while sustaining their interest and preserving the joy.
(1) to cultivate :: e atiaʻe
1. till ::
2. grow ::
4. improve ::
6. naturalise ::
7. work ::
1. lose ::
Different Formscultivate, cultivated, cultivates, cultivating
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