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  • EN [ ˈfɒstə(r)]
  • US [ ˈfɑːstər]

English definition


  • 1. promote the growth of;

    • "Foster our children's well-being and education"
  • 2. bring up under fosterage; of children

  • 3. help develop, help grow;

    • "nurture his talents"


  • 1. providing or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties;

    • "foster parent"
    • "foster child"
    • "foster home"
    • "surrogate father"

Example sentences

  • Our attitudes are our foster mother who determine our fate.

  • ABCSee what Billy Joel , Jodie Foster and others had to say to graduates.

  • Environment of my province geography is superior, suit to foster race most.

  • I already had a full house, so I said that I would foster her.

  • Ms. Foster, seeing the hunting cabin on the hill, knew it could be her dream house.

  • Mr Foster is a tower of strength to his party.

  • Nowadays young couple sometimes foster.

  • The mayor has tried to foster civic pride by having a new public library built in the city.

  • The captain did his best to foster a sense of unity among the new recruits.

  • The club's aim is to foster better relations within the community.

  • Mr Foster romped home with 141 votes.

  • The children were waiting for placement in a foster care home.

  • Little Jack was placed with foster parents.

  • They suspected that Neville had traded secret information with Mr Foster.

  • The foster mother was a wonderful, warm person.

  • He may have had some suspicions of Michael Foster, the editor of the journal.

  • The winners are as follows: E. Walker; R. Foster; R. Gates; A. Mackintosh.

  • Gay men are now eligible to become foster parents whether they are single or have partners.

  • He said that developed countries had a responsibility to foster global economic growth to help new democracies.

  • He has spent most of his life being shunted between his mother, father and various foster families.

  • He manoeuvres to foster recovery.

  • The President is keen to notch a political triumph that would foster freer world trade and faster economic growth.

  • The bright and telegenic Miss Foster is being paid around £90,000 a year for her exclusive deal.

  • It might be possible for a single woman to be accepted as a foster parent.

  • After due consideration it was decided to send him away to live with foster parents.

  • We are looking for foster carers who can care for a child for a few days.

Synonym discrimination

  • nurse, tend, foster, cultivate, cherish

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