- n the properties acquired as a consequence of the way you were treated as a child
- n helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community
they debated whether nature or nurture was more important
- v help develop, help grow
nurture his talents
- v bring up
- v provide with nourishment
- PTI Magazine's look at which is strongernature or nurture? The latest science says genes and your experience interact for your whole life.
- The new President must act boldly to nurture democracy.
- He also made sure to nurture important political connections in Sicily, though Andreotti is unlikely to have been one of them.
- Hugh Morris in Reuters UK
It's critical that we nurture and develop the next generation of England spin bowlers using the expertise and knowledge of former players such as Mushtaq,the ECB's managing director Hugh Morris said. "Spin has been integral to the success...
- Arsene Wenger in Times Online
I integrated him in our first-team training sessions last year and he didn't look at all out of place,Wenger said. "It is all in there and I have the responsibility to nurture him and to get his development right in the next two or three...
- Shaun Bartlett in Los Angeles Times
We have the talent to compete but we need to nurture that talent and one day we hopefully challenge the likes of Brazil,Bartlett said.