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nurture
'nɜrtʃər
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community.
  2. The properties acquired as a consequence of the way you were treated as a child.
(动) As a verb
  1. Help develop, help grow.
  2. Provide with nourishment.
  3. Bring up.
Hyphenationnur•ture
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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养育yǎngyùto rear; to bring up; to nurture
营养物yíngyǎng wùnutriment
教育jiàoyùto educate; to teach; education
教养jiàoyǎngto train; to educate; to bring up; to nurture; education; culture; upbringing; early conditioning
抚育fǔyùto nurture; to raise; to foster; to tend
哺育bǔyùto feed; to nurture; to foster
熏染xūnrǎnto exert a gradual influence; to nurture; a corrupting influence
xìn(same as U+5A20 ) pregnant, to let develop; to nourish; to foster; to nurture, slave girls
熏陶xūntáoto seep in; to influence; to nurture; influence; training
孕育yùnyùto be pregnant; to produce offspring; to nurture (a development, school of thought, artwork etc); fig. replete with (culture etc)
培养péiyǎngto cultivate; to breed; to foster; to nurture; to educate; to groom (for a position); education; fostering; culture (biology)
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