Sinónimos de cultivation
the act of cultivatingenvironments where aridity makes cultivation of the land difficult
the act of cultivatinggroups that want a ban on the cultivation of GM crops
the cultivation of a positive approach to life and health
those who devote themselves to the cultivation of the arts
dedicated to the promotion of new ideas and research
They are prepared to resort to violence in support of their views.
The encouragement of trade will benefit the process of economic reform.
Charles II set about reviving royal patronage of the arts.
He cared little for social advancement.
I support your advocacy of free trade.
The thing that matters is the furtherance of research.
culture or refinementShe was a woman of cultivation and scholarship.
a girl who possessed both dignity and refinement
The library is the focal point of learning on the campus.
He was a well-travelled man of culture and breeding.
She has very good taste in clothes.
men of low birth and no breeding
She was enormously popular for her charm and polish.
He praised our taste and discrimination.
a race with an advanced state of civilization
We set off for the East in search of spiritual enlightenment.
good taste, ,
The old woman had an air of gentility about her.
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in the sense of advancement
promotion in rank or statusHe cared little for social advancement.
in the sense of advocacy
active support of a cause or course of actionI support your advocacy of free trade.
in the sense of breeding
the result of good upbringing or trainingmen of low birth and no breeding
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