verb -ates, -ating, -ated
to fertilize and irrigate at the same time, by adding fertilizers to the water supply
[fur-tl or, esp. British, -tahyl] /ˈfɜr tl or, esp. British, -taɪl/ adjective 1. bearing, producing, or capable of producing vegetation, crops, etc., abundantly; prolific: fertile soil. 2. bearing or capable of bearing offspring. 3. abundantly productive: a fertile imagination. 4. producing an abundance (usually followed by of or in): a land fertile of wheat. 5. […]
noun 1. an agricultural region extending from the Levant to Iraq. 2. an area in the Middle and Near East: formerly fertile, now partly desert. noun 1. an area of fertile land in the Middle East, extending around the Rivers Tigris and Euphrates in a semicircle from Israel to the Persian Gulf, where the Sumerian, […]
- Fertile period
fertile period n. The period in the menstrual cycle during which conception is most likely to occur, usually 10 to 18 days after the onset of menstruation.
n. chiefly British English spelling of fertilization. For spelling, see -ize.