cultivate

Cultivate vs Affect - What's the difference?

cultivate | affect |


As verbs the difference between cultivate and affect

is that cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops while affect is to influence or alter or affect can be (obsolete|transitive) to aim for, to try to obtain.

As a noun affect is

(obsolete) one's mood or inclination; mental state.

Docile vs Cultivate - What's the difference?

docile | cultivate |


As an adjective docile

is yielding to control or supervision, direction, or management.

As a verb cultivate is

to grow plants, notably crops.

Cultivate vs Teach - What's the difference?

cultivate | teach |


As a verb cultivate

is to grow plants, notably crops.

As a proper noun teach is

(slang) nickname for a teacher.

Product vs Cultivate - What's the difference?

product | cultivate |


As a noun product

is a commodity offered for sale.

As a verb cultivate is

to grow plants, notably crops.

Forage vs Cultivate - What's the difference?

forage | cultivate |


As verbs the difference between forage and cultivate

is that forage is to search for and gather food for animals, particularly cattle and horses while cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops.

As a noun forage

is fodder for animals, especially cattle and horses.

Swell vs Cultivate - What's the difference?

swell | cultivate |


As verbs the difference between swell and cultivate

is that swell is to become bigger, especially due to being engorged while cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops.

As a noun swell

is the act of swelling.

As an adjective swell

is excellent.

Cultivate vs Acculturate - What's the difference?

cultivate | acculturate |


As verbs the difference between cultivate and acculturate

is that cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops while acculturate is to change one's culture based on the influence of another culture, especially a more advanced culture.

Empower vs Cultivate - What's the difference?

empower | cultivate |


As verbs the difference between empower and cultivate

is that empower is to give permission, power, or the legal right to do something while cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops.

Incubate vs Cultivate - What's the difference?

incubate | cultivate |


As verbs the difference between incubate and cultivate

is that incubate is to brood, raise, or maintain eggs, organisms, or living tissue through the provision of ideal environmental conditions while cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops.

Cultivate vs Generate - What's the difference?

cultivate | generate |


As verbs the difference between cultivate and generate

is that cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops while generate is to bring into being; give rise to.

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