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foster British & World English

Encourage the development of (something, especially something desirable)

foster- British & World English

Denoting someone that has a specified family connection through fostering

Foster, Jodie British & World English

(B.1962), American film actress; born Alicia Christian Foster. She has won Oscars for her performances in The Accused (1988) and Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Foster, Sir Norman British & World English

Baron Foster of Thames Bank (b.1935), English architect; full name Norman Robert Foster. His work is notable for its sophisticated engineering approach and technological style. Examples include the Terminal Zone at Stansted Airport (1991) and the German Reichstag building in Berlin (1998)

Foster, Stephen British & World English

(1826–64), American composer; full name Stephen Collins Foster. He wrote more than 200 songs and, though a Northerner, was best known for songs which captured the Southern plantation spirit, such as ‘Oh! Susannah’ (1848) and ‘Camptown Races’ (1850)

Dulles, John Foster British & World English

(1888–1959), American Republican statesman and international lawyer. He was the US adviser at the founding of the United Nations in 1945 and negotiated the peace treaty with Japan in 1951

Norman Robert Foster in Foster, Sir Norman British & World English

Baron Foster of Thames Bank (b.1935), English architect; full name Norman Robert Foster. His work is notable for its sophisticated engineering approach and technological style. Examples include the Terminal Zone at Stansted Airport (1991) and the German Reichstag building in Berlin (1998)

Alicia Christian Foster in Foster, Jodie British & World English

(B.1962), American film actress; born Alicia Christian Foster. She has won Oscars for her performances in The Accused (1988) and Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Stephen Collins Foster in Foster, Stephen British & World English

(1826–64), American composer; full name Stephen Collins Foster. He wrote more than 200 songs and, though a Northerner, was best known for songs which captured the Southern plantation spirit, such as ‘Oh! Susannah’ (1848) and ‘Camptown Races’ (1850)

Foster New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Sir Norman (Robert), Baron Foster of Thames Bank (b.1935), English architect

foster English Thesaurus

a ruler known for fostering the arts

foster English-Spanish

acoger en el hogar sin adoptarlo legalmente

foster out English-Spanish

colocar* con una familia de acogida

foster care English-Spanish

acogida de un niño en un hogar sin adoptarlo legalmente

foster home English-Spanish

casa feminine de acogida

foster out English-Spanish

colocar* con una familia de acogida

foster family in foster English-Spanish

familia feminine de acogida