Hindi translation of 'nurture'
nurture /ˈnɜːtʃə ˈनअचअ/
Word forms: nurtures, nurturing, nurtured
1. transitive verb
If you nurture a young child or a young plant, you care for it while it is growing and developing.[formal]
Parents want to know the best way to nurture and raise their child.
nurture a child/infant/youngster
nurture a seedling/plant
a mother/father/parent/teacher nurtures someone
carefully/lovingly/actively nurture something/someone
SIMILAR WORDScare for
2. transitive verb
If you nurture plans, ideas, or people, you encourage their development and success.[formal]
She has always nurtured the talent of others.
SIMILAR WORDScare, rearingnature
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Example Sentences Including 'nurture'
Em had been right to nurture her sense of independence, to suggest that buried family histories were best left to rest.Dreams of Innocence
Surely they wouldn't try anything until the others arrived -- it would take time for them to nurture recklessness.The Last Raven
And they were to nurture and act as agony aunts to their offspring.Gwendolen
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Translation of nurture from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary