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culture US English

The arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively

culture US Thesaurus

exposing their children to culture

culture war US English

A conflict between groups with different ideals, beliefs, and philosophies

pop culture US English

Modern popular culture transmitted via mass media and aimed particularly at younger people

cafe culture US English

A lifestyle characterized by regular social visits to cafes or coffeehouses, typically that associated with European countries such as France or Italy

culture-bound US English

Restricted in character or outlook by belonging or referring to a particular culture

culture shock US English

The feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who is suddenly subjected to an unfamiliar culture, way of life, or set of attitudes

guilt culture US English

A culture in which conformity of behaviour is maintained through the individual’s internalization of a moral code

pure culture US English

A culture in which only one strain or clone is present

shame culture US English

A culture in which conformity of behavior is maintained through the individual’s fear of being shamed

canteen culture US English

(In the UK) a set of conservative and discriminatory attitudes said to exist within the police force

culture jamming US English

The practice of criticizing and subverting advertising and consumerism in the mass media, by methods such as producing advertisements parodying those of global brands

culture vulture US English

A person who is very interested in the arts, especially to an obsessive degree

popular culture US English

Culture based on the tastes of ordinary people rather than an educated elite

tissue culture US English

The growth in an artificial medium of cells derived from living tissue

dependency culture US English

A way of life characterized by dependency on state benefits

enterprise culture US English

A capitalist society in which taking on financial risks in the hope of profit is encouraged

physical culture US English

The development of the body by exercise

monoculture US English

The cultivation of a single crop in a given area

subculture US English

A cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture

cyberculture US English

The social conditions brought about by the widespread use of computer networks for communication, entertainment, and business

counterculture US English

A way of life and set of attitudes opposed to or at variance with the prevailing social norm

starter culture in starter US English

A bacterial culture used to initiate souring in making yogurt, cheese, or butter