Definición de fructify en inglés:

fructify

Saltos de línea: fruc|tify
Pronunciación: /ˈfrʌktɪfʌɪ
 
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verbo (fructifies, fructifying, fructified)

[with object] formal
  • 1Make (something) fruitful or productive: they were sacrificed in order that their blood might fructify the crops
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The students are at the helm of activities right from obtaining permission to utilise ‘poromboke’ land in the villages and raising funds from philanthropists to fructify asset creation.
    • Thence it fructified the economy of China's centres of silk and tea production in the lower Yangzi provinces.
    • I decided to fructify this one for the sole reason that it didn't require another person to do it.
  • 1.1 [no object] Bear fruit or become productive: it fructified like vegetation in steamy heat
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    • What force prevents the terrorist conspiracy from fructifying?
    • The proposal to build the Devanhalli international airport too has taken a long time to fructify and even today the progress is bogged down with some technicalities, though there is no doubt about its becoming a reality before long.
    • It may be noted that in this case, there is full performance risk - the airline has to exist, operate, achieve ticket sales and collect successfully for the cashflows to fructify.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French fructifier, from Latin fructificare, from fructus 'fruit'.

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