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fertile
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
fertile /'fə:tail/
  • tính từ
    • tốt, màu mỡ (đất)
    • có khả năng sinh sản
Concise Dictionary
'fɜrtl /'fɜːtaɪl
adj.
+capable of reproducing
+intellectually productive
+bearing in abundance especially offspring
+marked by great fruitfulness

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
fruitful, prolific, fecund, productive, bounteous, profuse, abundant, copious, fructuous, plenteous, generative, teeming, rich, luxuriant:
The land was fertile enough to grow anything. This book is a fertile source of ideas.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 (of land or soil) that plants grow well in: a fertile valley / region
2 (of people, animals or plants) that can produce babies, young animals, fruit or new plants: The treatment has been tested on healthy fertile women under the age of 35.
3 [usually before noun] that produces good results; that encourages activity: a fertile partnership + The region at the time was fertile ground for revolutionary movements (= there were the necessary conditions for them to develop easily).
4 [usually before noun] (of a person's mind or imagination) that produces a lot of new ideas: the product of a fertile imagination
Antonym: INFERTILE
Compare: STERILE
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be, look | become | remain, stay

ADV.

extremely, highly, very
a highly fertile soil


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