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cultivated

  • 1 arvum

        arvum ī, n    [arvus], an arable field, cultivated land, field, ploughed land, glebe: optima, V.: arvo studere, S.: fundus Arvo pascat erum, H.: fertilia, L. — Plur, fields, plains, country, regions: Sicula, V.: Quā rigat arva Nilus, H.—Poet.: Neptunia, the sea, V.—A shore, coast: arva tenebant, V.
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    arable land/field, soil, region; country; dry land; stretch of plain; female external genitalia (rude)

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  • 2 arvus

        arvus adj.    [2 AR-], ploughed, arable: agri.
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    arva, arvum ADJ
    arable (land); cultivated, plowed

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  • 3 cultus

        cultus adj. with comp. and sup.    [P. of colo], cultivated, tilled: ager cultissimus: fundus, H.: materia: cultiora loca, Cu.—Fig., neat, tidy, well-dressed: bene puella, O.: femina cultissima, O. — Polished, elegant, cultivated: animi: cultiora tempora, Cu.: carmina, O.
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    culta -um, cultior -or -us, cultissimus -a -um ADJ
    cultivated/tilled/farmed (well); ornamented, neat/well groomed; polished/elegant
    II
    habitation; cultivation (land); civilization, refinement; polish, elegance; care, worship, devotion/observance; form of worship, cult; training/education; personal care/maintenance/grooming; style; finery, splendor; neatness/order

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  • 4 cultus

        cultus ūs, m    [COL-], labor, care, cultivation, culture: agricolarum: agrorum, L.: fructum edere sine cultu hominum: corporis: frequens, constant, V.: praediscere patrios cultūs, traditional methods of husbandry, V.—Fig., training, education, culture: malo cultu corruptus: animi, mental discipline: pueritiae, means of education, S.: honestarum artium, Ta.: Recti cultūs, H.: Quīs neque mos neque cultus erat, civilization, V.—Style, care, way of life, cultivation, civilization, refinement, luxury: a cultu provinciae abesse, Cs.: humanus civilisque: (sequar) cultūs artīsque locorum, O.: lubido ganeae ceterique cultūs, dissipation, S.: in neutram partem cultūs miser, i. e. neither by gluttony nor by stinginess, H.—An honoring, reverence, adoration, veneration: deorum: cultu venerantur numina, O.: sui, Ta.: meus, for me, Ta.—Attire, dress, garb: miserabilis, S.: forma viri miseranda cultu, V.: virilis, H.: Dianae, O.: nulla cultūs iactatio, display in armor, Ta.: cultūs dotales, bridal array, Ta.
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    culta -um, cultior -or -us, cultissimus -a -um ADJ
    cultivated/tilled/farmed (well); ornamented, neat/well groomed; polished/elegant
    II
    habitation; cultivation (land); civilization, refinement; polish, elegance; care, worship, devotion/observance; form of worship, cult; training/education; personal care/maintenance/grooming; style; finery, splendor; neatness/order

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  • 5 nitidus

        nitidus adj. with comp. and sup.    [cf. niteo], shining, glittering, bright, polished, clear: nitidus iuventā (of the serpent that has shed its skin), V.: aries nitidissimus auro, O.: pisces, with gleaming scales, O.: ocelli, Iu.—Of animals, sleek, plump, in good condition, well-favored, blooming: iumenta, N.: quos pexo capillo nitidos videtis: ex nitido fit rusticus, H.: vacca, O.: campi nitidissimi: nitidissimus annus, rich, O.—Fig., cultivated, polished, refined: verba nitidiora: hilares nitidique vocantur, Iu.
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    nitida, nitidum ADJ
    shining, bright

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  • 6 per-urbānus

        per-urbānus adj.,    highly cultivated, extremely witty: Torquatus toto genere.—Excessively polite (opp. rusticus).

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  • 7 polītus

        polītus adj. with comp. and sup.    [P. of polio], polished, accomplished, refined, cultivated, polite: homo ex scholā: oratio: politioris humanitatis expers: doctrinā politissimus.
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    polita, politum ADJ
    refined, polished

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  • 8 satiō

        satiō ōnis, f    [1 SA-], a sowing, planting (cf. sementis): tempus sationis: cura sationis, L.: Optima vinetis satio, V.: iugera sationum suarum profiteri, cultivated lands.
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    satiare, satiavi, satiatus V
    satisfy, sate; nourish
    II
    sowing, planting; field (Collins)

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  • 9 urbānus

        urbānus adj. with comp. and sup.    [urbs], of the city, of the town, in the city, in Rome: vitam urbanam atque otium Secutus sum, T.: tribus: praetor, Cs.: exercitus, L.: administratio rei p.— As subst n., an inhabitant of a city, city man, citizen, resident in Rome: omnes urbani, rustici: otiosi, L.— In city fashion, in city style, citizenlike, polished, refined, cultivated, courteous, elegant, nice: hominem ut nunc loquimur urbanum: resonare urbanius: sic utroque distinctior et urbanior Cicero, Ta.— Witty, humorous, facetious, jocose, clever: in isto genere urbanissimus: sales: urbanus coepit haberi, H.— Bold, forward, impudent: frons, H.: audacia.
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    urbana, urbanum ADJ
    of the city; courteous; witty, urbane
    II
    city wit, urbane man

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  • 10 arvalis

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  • 11 corambe

    cultivated plant (unidentified); kind of cabbage injurious to the eyes (L+S)

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  • 12 cultum

    cultivated/tilled/farmed lands (pl.); gardens; plantations; standing crops

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  • 13 glaba

    clod; cultivated soil; lump, mass

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  • 14 menta

    mint; any cultivated mint

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  • 15 mentha

    I II
    mint; any cultivated mint

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  • 16 pastinatum

    plants (pl.) cultivated by preparing (ground) by digging and leveling

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  • 17 silphion

    silphion, fennel-like plant cultivated for its gum; (also called laserpicium)

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  • 18 silphium

    silphion, fennel-like plant cultivated for its gum; (also called laserpicium)

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  • 19 silpium

    silphion, fennel-like plant cultivated for its gum; (also called laserpicium)

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  • 20 suburbanus

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    suburbana, suburbanum ADJ
    situated close to the city; growing or cultivated near the city
    II
    people (pl.) dwelling near the city

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См. также в других словарях:

  • cultivated — adj. 1. marked by refinement in taste and manners; as, cultivated tastes in art. Syn: civilized, cultured, genteel, polite. [WordNet 1.5] 2. used for raising crops; of land or soil. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cultivated — cultivated; un·cultivated; …   English syllables

  • cultivated — cultivated, cultured are both used to mean ‘having refined tastes and manners and a good education’, but they part company in other meanings. Cultivated distinguishes a crop raised in a garden from one growing wild; and cultured is used of pearls …   Modern English usage

  • cultivated — [kul′tə vāt΄id] adj. 1. prepared and used for growing crops; tilled [cultivated land] 2. grown by cultivation: opposed to WILD (sense 1) 3. trained and developed; refined; cultured …   English World dictionary

  • cultivated — index civil (polite), literate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • cultivated — cul|ti|vat|ed [ˈkʌltıveıtıd] adj 1.) someone who is cultivated is intelligent and knows a lot about music, art, literature etc ▪ a highly cultivated man 2.) cultivated land is land that is used for growing crops or plants ▪ cultivated fields 3.)… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cultivated — adjective 1 someone who is cultivated is intelligent and knows a lot about music, art, literature etc: It was a pleasure to talk to such a cultivated audience. 2 land that is cultivated is used for growing crops or plants: cultivated fields 3… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Cultivated — Cultivate Cul ti*vate (k?l t? v?t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Cultivated} ( v? t?d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Cultivating} ( v? t?ng).] [LL. cultivatus, p. p. of cultivare to cultivate, fr. cultivus cultivated, fr. L. cultus, p. p. of colere to till,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cultivated — cul|ti|vat|ed [ kʌltı,veıtəd ] adjective 1. ) a cultivated person is well educated and knows how to behave politely: a cultivated man/voice/accent 2. ) cultivated land is used for growing crops or plants a ) developed from wild crops or plants… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • cultivated — [[t]kʌ̱ltɪveɪtɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If you describe someone as cultivated, you mean they are well educated and have good manners. [FORMAL] His mother was an elegant, cultivated woman. Syn: refined 2) ADJ: ADJ n Cultivated plants have been… …   English dictionary

  • cultivated — UK [ˈkʌltɪˌveɪtɪd] / US [ˈkʌltɪˌveɪtəd] adjective 1) a cultivated person is well educated and knows how to behave politely a cultivated man/voice/accent 2) cultivated land is used for growing crops or plants 3) developed from wild crops or plants …   English dictionary

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