- care for and protect (someone or something) while they are growing；help or encourage the development of
- the action or process of nurturing someone or something；upbringing, education, and environment, contrasted with inborn characteristics as an influence on or determinant of personality
verb: nurture, 3rd person present: nurtures, gerund or present participle: nurturing, past tense: nurtured, past participle: nurtured
- 1. care for and protect (someone or something) while they are growing:
Jarrett was nurtured by his parents in a close-knit family
- 2. help or encourage the development of:
my father nurtured my love of art
- 3. cherish (a hope, belief, or ambition):
for a long time she had nurtured the dream of buying a shop
- 1. the action or process of nurturing someone or something:
the nurture of children
- 2. upbringing, education, and environment, contrasted with inborn characteristics as an influence on or determinant of personality:
we are all what nature and nurture have made us
- v.care for and encourage the growth or development of:
- Jarrett was nurtured by his parents in a close-knit family
- n.the process of caring for and encouraging the growth or development of someone or something:
- the nurture of ethics and integrity
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