culture

ˈkʌlʧə

Перевод:

Noun: культура разведение возделывание культура бактерий
Verb: выращивать

Фразы:

corporate culture - корпоративная культура

man of considerable culture - человек высокой культуры

the culture of genetically modified crops - выращивание генетически модифицированных культур

lad culture - "лэд-культура"

a period of seismic change in British culture - период бурных изменений в британской культуре

the globalization of American youth culture - всемирное распространение американской молодежной культуры

biomass of tissue culture - биомасса тканевой культуры

project management culture - культура управления проектом

politicization of culture - политизация культуры

culture var - культивар

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Примеры:

It's important to learn about other cultures. - Важно знакомиться с другими культурами.

Greece, the cradle of European culture - Греция, колыбель европейской культуры

The primary channel of transmission of culture is the family. - Основной канал передачи культурных ценностей — это семья.

American Type Culture Collection - Американская коллекция типовых культур

She represented the ideal of American culture. - В ней воплощался идеал американской культуры.

At one time, sex and money were taboo subjects in this culture. - Одно время разговоры о сексе и деньгах были запрещены в этой культуре.

Culture is not merely the sum of several activities, but a way of life. - Культура — это не просто совокупность различных видов деятельности, а образ жизни.

a study of Greek language and culture - изучение греческого языка и культуры

Hesperian culture - западная культура

a brief history of Western culture - краткая история западной культуры

culture bacteria in laboratory dishes - выращивать бактерии в лабораторных чашках

I feel like our culture is being commodified. - Я чувствую, что наша культура превращается в товар.

television's pervasive influence on our culture - глубокое влияние телевидения на нашу культуру

It takes two to three weeks to grow the culture. - Выращивание этой культуры занимает от двух до трёх недель.

the different facets of our culture - разные грани нашей культуры

Business is one of the major forces in modern culture. - Бизнес является одной из основных сил в современной культуре.

A lot of good music came out of the hippy culture in the 1960s. - Много хорошей музыки появилось благодаря хиппи-культуре в 1960-х годах. (досл.: вышло из хиппи-культуры)

the sense of alienation felt by many black people in our culture - то чувство отчуждения, которое испытывают в нашем обществе многие люди с чёрным цветом кожи

The book is rich with examples of Indian culture and social life. - Эта книга богата примерами, описывающими индейскую культуру и общественную жизнь.

He intended to preserve the physiognomy of a culture in danger of disappearing. - Он желал сохранить характерные черты исчезающей культуры.

African-American culture - афроамериканская культура

the culture of cells in a Petri dish - культура клеток в чашке Петри

Tunisian culture has been westernized. - Тунисская культура подверглась влиянию запада.

my immersion in black music and culture - моё погружение в "чёрную" музыку и культуру

It is the dominant culture in the region. - Эта культура господствует в данном регионе.

Her art shows the influence of pop culture. - В её творчестве проявляется влияние поп-культуры.

the newspapers' portrayal of Islamic culture - изображение мусульманской культуры в данной газете

Beauty is forever yoked to youth in our culture. - В нашей культуре красота неразрывно связана с молодостью.

the dichotomy between eastern and western culture - разница между восточной и западной культурами

He immersed himself in the culture of the island. - Он погрузился в культуру этого острова.

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Связанные термины:

culture gap: a divide between two social groups that have different cultures

gun culture: the attitudes, feelings, values, and behaviour of a society, or any social group, in which guns are used

lad culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

yob culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

blame culture: the tendency to look for one person or organization that can be held responsible for a bad state of affairs, an accident, etc

bonus culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

café culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

cell culture: the growing of cells in a laboratory under controlled conditions

club culture: the practice of protecting the reputation of one's workforce in the face of criticism, above all other considerations

culture clash: a conflict arising from the interaction of people with different cultural values

culture fluid: the fluid used as a medium for growing microorganisms

culture hero: a mythical or mythicized historical figure who embodies the aspirations or ideals of a society

culture shock: Culture shock is a feeling of anxiety, loneliness, and confusion that people sometimes experience when they first arrive in another country.

gang culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

macho culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

pure culture: a culture containing a single species of microorganism

shape culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

youth culture: the activities and behaviour associated with young people

beauty culture: the skill or occupation of a beautician

benefit culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

cancel culture: a social climate in which a person, organization, etc is likely to be ostracized in response to a perceived wrongdoing

canteen culture: the alleged clannishness of the police force, whereby the prevalent attitudes inhibit officers from reporting or speaking out against malpractice, racism, etc

counter-culture: Counter-culture is a set of values, ideas, and ways of behaving that are completely different from those of the rest of society .

culture jamming: a form of political and social activism which, by means of fake adverts, hoax news stories, pastiches of company logos and product labels, computer hacking, etc, draws attention to and at the same time subverts the power of the media, governments, and large corporations to control and distort the information that they give to the public in order to promote consumerism, militarism, etc

culture medium: a nutritive substance, such as an agar gel or liquid medium, in which cultures of bacteria, fungi, animal cells, or plant cells are grown

culture vulture: a person considered to be excessively, and often pretentiously, interested in the arts

diverse culture: Culture consists of activities such as the arts and philosophy, which are considered to be important for the development of civilization and of people's minds .

modern culture: A culture is a particular society or civilization, especially considered in relation to its beliefs, way of life, or art.

popular culture: the general culture of a society, including ideas, music, books, and the mass media, as opposed to high culture

raunch culture: a culture which promotes overtly sexual representations of women, as through the acceptance of pornography, stripping, nudity in advertising, etc, esp when this is encouraged by women

secular culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

tissue culture: the growth of small pieces of animal or plant tissue in a sterile controlled medium

celebrity culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

consumer culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

corporate culture: the distinctive ethos of an organization that influences the level of formality, loyalty, and general behaviour of its employees

dominant culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

drinking culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

mainstream culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

material culture: the aggregate of physical objects or artifacts used by a society

political culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

transform culture: Culture consists of activities such as the arts and philosophy, which are considered to be important for the development of civilization and of people's minds .

compensation culture: a culture in which people are very ready to go to law over even relatively minor incidents in the hope of gaining compensation

culture-fair test: a test, usually for intelligence, that does not put anyone taking it at a disadvantage, esp regarding material or cultural background

culture-free test: a test (usually for intelligence ) that does not put anyone taking it at a disadvantage, for instance, as regards material or cultural background

embrace a culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

long-hours culture: The long-hours culture is the way in which some workers feel that they are expected to work much longer hours than they are paid to do.

nonmaterial culture: the aggregate of values, mores, norms, etc., of a society ; the ideational structure of a culture that provides the values and meanings by which it functions

organizational culture: the customs, rituals, and values shared by the members of an organization that have to be accepted by new members

reflect a culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

respect a culture: The culture of a particular organization or group consists of the habits of the people in it and the way they generally behave .

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Однокоренные слова:

cultural - культурный, искусственно выращиваемый, обрабатываемый
cultured - культурный, культивированный, образованный, развитой
culturist - приверженец развития культуры, энтузиаст культурного роста
overculture - культура, доминирующая в обществе

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