Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

cultivar in English:

1. cultivate cultivate

This soil has never been cultivated.
You should cultivate the habit of getting up early.
We should cultivate our minds by reading good books.
All you have to do is to cultivate the ability to put yourself in the other fellow's place.
We cultivate rice.
to prepare and use land for growing crops and plants: The land was too rocky to cultivate.
If you cultivate good relationships at work, it can help you in the future.
Anyone can cultivate their interest in music.
You must cultivate your mind.
Picture books will cultivate the minds of children.
His mother tried to cultivate her son's interest in art.
Sports are effective to cultivate friendship.

English word "cultivar"(cultivate) occurs in sets:

national and local produce and products
In the Countryside - En el Campo
Fichas del libro - "Spring Blossoms" (Anonymous)
In the countryside - En el campo
Fichas del libro - "Blackboard Drawing" (Frederick...