Definition of 'cultivate'
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I won't set out to cultivate Mark or to make anything special of him. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)The most conspicuous item in it was a man - tall, dark, with that elegant, hollow-cheeked look that French movie stars cultivate. FOOLS GOLD (2002)I glanced down at the table and decided maybe I could cultivate a taste. SOMEBODY (2002)
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British English: cultivate VERB
If you cultivate land or crops, you prepare land and grow crops on it.
She also cultivated a small garden of her own.
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