culture

culture
1. n культура

ancient culture — древняя культура

Greek culture — греческая культура

physical culture — физкультура

yeast culture preparation — приготовление культуры дрожжей

test-tube culture — культура, развивающаяся в пробирке

a highly developed culture — высокоразвитая культура

liquid culture — культура в жидкой питательной среде

fluid culture — культура в жидкой питательной среде

2. n сельскохозяйственная культура

culture of silk — культура шёлка

ministry of culture — министерство культуры

pure culture yeast — дрожжи чистой культуры

vine culture — лозная или плетевая культура

culture tube — пробирка с выросшей культурой

harada mori fecal culture — культура фекалий

3. n разведение

culture of vines — возделывание виноградной лозы

culture propagation — разведение чистой культуры

4. n биол. культура бактерий

culture medium — питательная среда

submerged culture — погруженная культура

synthetic culture — синтетическая культура

culture and technology — культура и техника

streak culture — культура при посеве штрихом

petri dish culture — культура на чашках Петри

5. n топ. пометки сооружений на картах
6. v книжн. возделывать, обрабатывать; выращивать
7. v редк. развивать, совершенствовать
8. v биол. выращивать в питательной среде

brain culture medium — мозговая питательная среда

Синонимический ряд:
1. breeding (noun) breeding; cultivation; gentility; manners; polish; refinement
2. civilization (noun) advancement of knowledge; civilisation; civilization; civilized life; edification; level of education; national culture; society
3. enlightenment (noun) enlightenment; enrichment; erudition; learning
4. heritage (noun) heritage; inheritance; legacy; tradition
5. work (verb) cultivate; dress; tend; till; work
Антонимический ряд:
coarseness; ignorance

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