Noun(1) socialization through training and education to develop one's mind or manners(2) (agriculture, especially on a large scale(3) a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality(4) the process of fostering the growth of something(5) the act of raising or growing plants (especially on a large scale
(1) Access to agricultural land for cultivation and capital for undertaking non-farm self-employment is critical.(2) There is not a land shortage, but not all arable land is under cultivation .(3) Weeders allow delaying the first cultivation until the crop is large enough to cultivate deeply and rapidly.(4) Now we have a system that will help us reduce or even eliminate the tillage and cultivation that adds to our labor and harms the soil resources we so desperately want to protect.(5) For the monk the moral discipline underpins cultivation of the mind in meditation; but for both monks and laymen the cultivation of certain mental skills and attitudes could in turn underpin morality.(6) In a word, teachers are playing a critical role in the cultivation of high quality students.(7) Use herbicide and cultivation in grain cropping systems to reduce weeds.(8) the cultivation of good staff├ö├ç├┤management relations(9) Networking and the cultivation of contacts are both professional skills and survival skills, as is the continual updating of technological expertise.(10) Both show her surrounded by evidence of her cultivation and enlightened tastes in literature, her refined aesthetic sensibilities, and her talent in music.(11) Spiritual advance came from the cultivation of appropriate attitudes rather than outward behaviour.(12) a man of cultivation and taste(13) For the first time in living memory significant amounts of arable land were withdrawn from cultivation .(14) There is a tendency for people on both sides of politics to neglect the cultivation of social skills and personality.(15) Admittedly, dictatorships do not encourage the cultivation of colourful eccentrics such as Montgomery or Patton.(16) This rationality, though, is directed at improvement and cultivation of the body rather than the mind.
(1) self-cultivation :: binafsi kilimo
(2) shifting cultivation :: kilimo cha kuhamahama
(3) intensive cultivation :: kilimo kina
1. refinement ::
2. finish ::
3. polish ::
4. culture ::
1. barbarism ::
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