Definitions for fertilize
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word fertilize.
fertilize, fertilise, feedverb
provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to
"We should fertilize soil if we want to grow healthy plants"
fertilize, fecundate, fertiliseverb
make fertile or productive
"The course fertilized her imagination"
inseminate, fecundate, fertilize, fertiliseverb
introduce semen into (a female)
To make (the soil) more fertile by adding nutrients to it.
To make more creative or intellectually productive.
to fertilize one's imagination
To cause to produce offspring through insemination; to inseminate.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
To make fruitful; to make plenteous; to make productive; to fecundate.
Etymology: fertiliser, French.
Rain-water carries along with it a sort of terrestrial matter that fertilizes the land, as being proper for the formation of vegetables. John Woodward, Natural History.
to make fertile or enrich; to supply with nourishment for plants; to make fruitful or productive; as, to fertilize land, soil, ground, and meadows
to fecundate; as, to fertilize flower
Etymology: [Cf. F. fertiliser.]
The numerical value of fertilize in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of fertilize in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
We will go far away, to nowhere, to conquer, to fertilize until we become tired. Then we will stop and there will be our home.
A lot of truckers just won't be able to operate, if you're a farmer, you may have to leave some acres fallow, or won't fertilize as much. The macroeconomists don't get this. It's going to come back and haunt us all.
Life ought to be a struggle of desire toward adventures whose nobility will fertilize the soul.
The Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea are made of the same water. It flows down, clean and cool, from the heights of Herman and the roots of the cedars of Lebanon. the Sea of Galilee makes beauty of it, the Sea of Galilee has an outlet. It gets to give. It gathers in its riches that it may pour them out again to fertilize the Jordan plain. But the Dead Sea with the same water makes horror. For the Dead Sea has no outlet. It gets to keep.
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- оплождам, наторявам, торяBulgarian
- fertilitzarCatalan, Valencian
- oplodnit, hnojitCzech
- düngen, besamen, befruchtenGerman
- lannoittaa, siittää, ravita, hedelmöittääFinnish
- leasaigh, toirchighIrish
- toraich, feamainnScottish Gaelic
- însămânța, fertilizaRomanian
- оплодотворить, удобрить, удобрять, оплодотворятьRussian
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