Definition of 'nurture'
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It's a mixture of nature and nurture. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Is it nature or nurture? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Governments are also increasingly interventionist when it comes to protecting and nurturing their own industrial base. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We want to look at what more we need to do to support and nurture family relationships. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My ancestors have nurtured it for generations. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Our aim is evangelism and the nurture of young disciples. Working with Teenagers (1994)We want teachers and parents to encourage and nurture youngsters too. The Sun (2014)Those who are nurturing it care for the victims but the victims remain victims. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So put time into nurturing your relationships with them. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They are clearly the result of both nature and nurture. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is fought by a generation nurtured on high technology. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Nuclear families allow the economically active to nurture the young and prepare for a short retirement. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They wanted to be helped and loved and encouraged and nurtured. Christianity Today (2000)Since then she has nurtured a symbiotic relationship with her rolling court of photographers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His popularity made him a millionaire and ensured that he would become a protégé to be nurtured and protected. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is normal because our role is to both nurture and protect them as we prepare them to leave us. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These environments nurture innovation, helping to push the boundaries of business. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Employees praise the business as a positive, nurturing environment. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'nurture'
British English: nurture VERB
If you nurture something such as a young child or a young plant, you care for it while it is growing and developing.
Parents want to know the best way to nurture and raise their child to adulthood.
Definition of nurture from the Collins English Dictionary
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