Part of speech:
To function; operate:
To cultivate is designed as to prepare land to grow something or to nurture and cause growth, either literally or figuratively.
To tend (feeding livestock) in a pasture.
To rove over or through.
(Comput.) To look through information on (the Internet, a website, etc.), as with a browser
(Obs.) To preen or dress up
To dress in formal clothes
To trim (a tree, etc.) by cutting off branches, twigs, or stems
(Obs.) To prepare; fit out; dress
To fasten with a clip or clips
To cut or clip with short, quick strokes.
To move, go, or pass quickly and suddenly
To truncate is to cut off a part of or to cut short.
To be a top for
To come apart or break under the action of shearing stress
To go or cause to go in a regular and recurring succession of changes; take, or cause to take, turns
To cut or harvest grain or pulse.
To bring forth; yield:
To bite at gently and repeatedly.
To cut (grass or grain) from:
To come into being or be produced naturally; spring up; sprout
To examine or go through (books, etc.) so as to collect certain information
To accumulate (something) gradually; amass:
To get or earn
To go directly and often hastily:
To cut short; reduce; abridge
To gather in; harvest:
To reduce drastically
To reduce or diminish (costs, etc.) gradually
To reduce in standing or respect.
To reduce abruptly or by a large amount:
Plants that grow in the snow include: evergreens, Chinese juniper and oleaster (often called the Russian Olive).
Any plant product, as grain, flax, vegetables, etc.
A product or service that has become so standardized that buyers stop distinguishing between competing brands and typically seek the lowest price
A consumable, often inferior item or resource that is in demand and usually abundant supply:
To collect payments, contributions, etc.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
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