[koo l-toor] /kʊlˈtur/
(in Nazi Germany) native , held to be superior to that of other countries and subordinating the individual to national interests.
a civilization characteristic of a time or a people.
(often used ironically) German civilization, esp as characterized by authoritarianism and earnestness
1914, originally, “civilization as conceived by the Germans” (especially their own), a word from the First World War and always at first ironic, from German kultur, from Latin cultura (see culture (n.)).
[German koo l-toor-kahmpf] /German kʊlˈturˌkɑmpf/ noun 1. the conflict between the German imperial government and the Roman Catholic Church from 1872 or 1873 until 1886, chiefly over the control of education and ecclesiastical appointments. /kʊlˈtʊəˌkæmpf; ˈkʊltə-/ noun 1. the struggle of the Prussian state against the Roman Catholic Church (1872–87), which took the form of […]
[German koo l-toor-krahys] /German kʊlˈturˌkraɪs/ noun, plural Kulturkreise [koo l-toor-krahy-zuh] /kʊlˈturˌkraɪ zə/ (Show IPA). Anthropology. 1. formerly, a complex of related cultural traits assumed to diffuse or radiate outward as a unit in concentric waves or circles.
[koo-loon] /ˈkuˈlun/ noun 1. Chinese name of . /ˈkuːˈluːn/ noun 1. the Chinese name for Ulan Bator
/kʊm/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Qom