Word: foster

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Synonyms: foster

waste time, dally, dawdle, loiter, linger, take one's time, delay, temporize, stall, procrastinate, pussyfoot around, drag one's feet, dither, hesitate, falter, vacillate, waver, hem and haw, shilly-shally, lollygag, let the grass grow under one's feet, tarry, dillydally, shillyshally, drag one's heels

Translations: foster

french
élever, morigéner, adoptif, éduquer


russian
выпестовать, воспитывать, ходить, лелеять, пестовать, ...

finnish
hoivata, huolehtia

czech
vychovávat, pěstovat, chovat

polish
wychowywać, wyniańczyć

turkish
beslemek

greek
υιοθετώ, ανατρέφω, θετός

ukrainian
плекати, виходжувати, ходити, виховати, заохотити

estonian
hellitama, edendama

croatian
poticati, bodriti, promicati

Popularity stats: foster

Most searched by regions

Maryland, Virginia, Rhode Island, District of Columbia, California

Most searched by cities

Belmont, San Mateo, Portland, San Francisco, Washington

The meaning and "use of": foster

adjective
  • denoting someone that has a specified family connection through fostering rather than birth.

verb
  • encourage or promote the development of (something, typically something regarded as good).
  • bring up (a child that is not one's own by birth).

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