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Cultivated

Cultivated- Definition:cul·ti·vate [kúlt? vàyt] (past and past participle cul·ti·vat·ed, present participle cul·ti·vat·ing, 3rd person present singular cul·ti·vates)  transitive verb  1.  prepare land for crops: to work land or prepare soil for growing crops  2.  grow plant: to grow a plant or crop  3.  loosen soil: to break up soil with a tool or machine, especially before sowing or planting  4.  nurture something: to improve or develop something, usually by study or education cultivating her interest in science   5.  develop acquaintance with somebody: to develop an acquaintance or intimacy with somebody, often for personal advantage  6.  make somebody cultured: to civilize or educate a person or group    [Mid-17th century. < medieval Latin cultivat-, past participle of cultivare < cultivus

Cultivated- Definition:

cul·ti·vate [kúlt? vàyt] (past and past participle cul·ti·vat·ed, present participle cul·ti·vat·ing, 3rd person present singular cul·ti·vates) transitive verb 1. prepare land for crops: to work land or prepare soil for growing crops 2. grow plant: to grow a plant or crop 3. loosen soil: to break up soil with a tool or machine, especially before sowing or planting 4. nurture something: to improve or develop something, usually by study or education cultivating her interest in science 5. develop acquaintance with somebody: to develop an acquaintance or intimacy with somebody, often for personal advantage 6. make somebody cultured: to civilize or educate a person or group [Mid-17th century. < medieval Latin cultivat-, past participle of cultivare < cultivus "cultured" < Latin cult- (see culture)] -cul·ti·va·ble, adjective -cul·ti·vat·a·ble, adjective -cul·ti·vat·ed, adjective

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