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nurture

US [ˈnɜrtʃər]
UK [ˈnɜː(r)tʃə(r)]
  • v.培养;养育;养护;支持
  • n.培养;养育
  • Web教养;培育;教育
Simple Present:nurtures  Present Participle:nurturing  Past Tense:nurtured  
nurture
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v.
1.
~ sb/sth
养育;养护;培养to care for and protect sb/sth while they are growing and developing
These delicate plants need careful nurturing.
这些幼嫩的植物需要精心培育。
children nurtured by loving parents
受到慈爱的父母养育的孩子
2.
~ sth
扶持;帮助;支持to help sb/sth to develop and be successful
It's important to nurture a good working relationship.
维持良好的工作关系非常重要。
3.
~ sth
滋长;助长to have a feeling, an idea, a plan, etc. for a long time and encourage it to develop
She secretly nurtured a hope of becoming famous.
她暗暗滋生出成名的愿望。
n.
1.
[u]
养育;培养care, encouragement and support given to sb/sth while they are growing

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