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culture /ˈkʌltʃə $ -ər/ noun

کشت میکرب در ازمایشگاه ، برز ، فرهنگ ، پرورش ، تمدن ، روانشناسی: فرهنگ ، علوم نظامی: عوارض شهری مناطق شهرنشین
پزشکی: کشت

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- civilization, customs, lifestyle, mores, society, way of life
- refinement, education, enlightenment, good taste, sophistication, urbanity
- farming, cultivation, husbandry
Contrasted words: greenness, ignorance, inexperience, verdancy, crudeness, vulgarity
Related Words: education, enlightenment, erudition, learning, gentility, manners, discrimination, taste, savoir-faire, sophistication, urbanity, class, elegance

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. culture1 S2 W1 AC /ˈkʌltʃə $ -ər/ noun
[Word Family: noun: culture, subculture; adjective: cultural, cultured; adverb: culturally]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin cultura, from cultus; cultivate]

1. IN A SOCIETY [uncountable and countable] the beliefs, way of life, art, and customs that are shared and accepted by people in a particular society:
We speak Danish at home so that the boys don’t lose touch with their language and culture.
In our culture, it is rude to ask someone how much they earn.
I love working abroad and meeting people from different cultures.
Western/American/Japanese etc culture
A brief history of Western culture.
modern/contemporary culture
Business is one of the major forces in modern culture.

2. IN A GROUP [uncountable and countable] the attitudes and beliefs about something that are shared by a particular group of people or in a particular organization:
Every government department has its own particular culture.
corporate/business/company culture
Changing the corporate culture is a long and difficult process.
culture of
In the field of drug development, the culture of secrecy is deep and strong.
modern American youth culture
the drug culture that is destroying so many young lives today
the German political culturesubculture

3. ART/MUSIC/LITERATURE [uncountable] activities that are related to art, music, literature etc:
If it’s culture you’re looking for, the city has plenty of museums and art galleries.
the Italian Ministry of Culture
popular culture (=the music, books, films etc that are liked by a lot of people)
culture vulture informal (=someone who is very interested in art, music, literature etc)

4. SOCIETY [countable] a society that existed at a particular time in history:
This technique was then adapted and refined by the more sophisticated cultures of the ancient world.
primitive cultures

5. MEDICINE/SCIENCE [uncountable and countable] technical bacteria or cells grown for medical or scientific use, or the process of growing them:
It takes two to three weeks to grow the culture.
tissue cultures

6. CROPS [uncountable] technical the practice of growing crops Synonym : cultivation:
clearing forest for rice culture

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. culture2 verb [transitive] technical
to grow bacteria or cells for medical or scientific use

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. customs/ideas/beliefs
ADJ. ancient | primitive | dominant | alien, foreign | indigenous, native | local, national | traditional | African, black, Greek, Western, world, etc. These ideas have always been central to Western culture.
rural, urban | mainstream | underground | wider Prisoners are isolated from the wider culture of society at large.
bourgeois, working-class, etc. | street, youth As young people started to have more money, a significant youth culture developed.
dance, drug, football, etc. | academic, business, company, corporate, intellectual, legal, political, professional, religious, scientific, etc. the political culture of the United States
capitalist, computer, consumer, enterprise, materialistic, etc. the development of the enterprise culture in Britain
VERB + CULTURE assimilate (sb into) The Romans gradually assimilated the culture of the people they had conquered. Newcomers to the company are soon assimilated into the culture.
create, develop, foster, produce The new director is trying to foster a culture of open communication within the company.
CULTURE + VERB develop
CULTURE + NOUN group a country containing many language and culture groups
shock She experienced great culture shock when she first came to Europe.
PREP. in a/the ~ In some cultures children have an important place.
~ of The social security system has been accused of producing a culture of dependency.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. art/literature/music, etc
ADJ. contemporary, modern | mass, pop, popular | folk | high | wide | literary, oral Jokes are an important part of our popular, oral culture.
PREP. a man/woman of culture She is a woman of wide culture.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


Western/American/Japanese etc culture
Our society was heavily influenced by Greek and Roman culture.
national culture
Sport is a major part of our national culture.
local culture
The local culture of the island has much to interest visitors.
a common culture (=one that societies or people share)
Britain and America are united by a common culture.
traditional/ancient culture
The people have a traditional culture which has hardly changed in 500 years.
modern culture
Computers are a part of modern culture.
the dominant culture (=the main culture in an area where there are many different cultures)
What are the values of the dominant culture?
culture shock (=the confusion or shock that people sometimes feel in a very different country or place)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: The year in Boston taught me a lot about the American culture.
GOOD: The year in Boston taught me a lot about American culture.

Usage Note:
American culture, British culture, etc (WITHOUT the ): 'The lecture this afternoon is on the history of French culture and institutions.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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