cultivate collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkʌltɪveɪt/

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1

develop an attitude, ability, or relationship


Adverbs frequently used with cultivate
carefully: assiduously, carefully, consciously, deliberately, diligently, sedulouslyThe image of a decisive and charismatic leader was assiduously cultivated.successfully: successfullyThe series successfully cultivated and sustained a viewership of 12 million.
Nouns frequently used as the object of cultivate
relationship: acquaintance, friendship, relationshipCultivate friendships with as wide a range of people in the company as possible.ability: habit, talent, virtueOne should cultivate virtues such as honesty, fidelity, and sacrifice.attitude: attitude, awareness, tasteThis means cultivating the awareness that human rights are universal.image: imageAfter several popular albums, she is trying to cultivate a more serious image.
2

develop an attitude, ability, or relationship


Adverbs frequently used with cultivate
carefully: assiduously, carefully, consciously, deliberately, diligently, sedulouslyThe image of a decisive and charismatic leader was assiduously cultivated.successfully: successfullyThe series successfully cultivated and sustained a viewership of 12 million.
Nouns frequently used as the object of cultivate
relationship: acquaintance, friendship, relationshipCultivate friendships with as wide a range of people in the company as possible.ability: habit, talent, virtueOne should cultivate virtues such as honesty, fidelity, and sacrifice.attitude: attitude, awareness, tasteThis means cultivating the awareness that human rights are universal.image: imageAfter several popular albums, she is trying to cultivate a more serious image.
 
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