Cultivate vs Sacaline - What's the difference?

cultivate | sacaline |


As a verb cultivate

is to grow plants, notably crops.

As a noun sacaline is

a coarse herb (fallopia sachalinensis) which is cultivated in the for forage and for decorative purposes.

cultivate

English

Verb

(cultivat)
  • To grow plants, notably crops
  • Farmers should cultivate their crops to get a good harvest.
  • To nurture; to foster; to tend.
  • They tried to cultivate an interest in learning among their students.
  • To turn or stir soil in preparation for planting.
  • Derived terms

    * cultivable * cultivar * cultivated * cultivation * cultivator * uncultivated

    sacaline

    English

    (Fallopia sachalinensis) (Fallopia sachalinensis)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A coarse herb (Fallopia sachalinensis) which is cultivated in the for forage and for decorative purposes.
  • Alternative forms

    * sachaline

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