Socially transmitted patterns of action and expression. Material culture refers to physical objects, such as dwellings, clothing, tools, and crafts. Culture also includes arts, beliefs, knowledge, and technology.
Learned patterns of action and expression constitute culture.
by HistoryNerd94 September 27, 2010
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To have refinement in taste and manners. To be refined, well-educated or wordly. May apply to manners, dress, language or lifestyle. Learned in the way of civilized society.
by Glavis May 26, 2008
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An anime culture created by weebs for weebs.

Usually used in conjunction with an ecchi anime or in extreme cases, hentai.
This is culture!
I just watched a cultured anime ;)
mmm, this show is very cultured.

Damn, you are as cultured as me!
by Culture Reviewer October 19, 2021
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The totality of communication practices and systems of meaning; a whole way of life of a people; the social production and reproduction of sense, meaning and consciousness. Culture does not express the way of life of a people, it actively shapes up that way of life.
by Lawson August 25, 2005
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a controlled growth of bacteria
culture: people assume they are part of a culture, they are right

culture: many bacteria don't assume they are, but they are
by Standing Down November 1, 2007
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Culture is a vague but meaningless term used by clueless high school sports team coaches, which tries to shift the focus of a team's success from the talent of the players to the "vision" or other attributes of the coach.
"We had a normal coach here last season who said the only time he wanted to hear the word "culture" was if they were going to culture brain tissue from a dead player to see if he had CTE."
by JTreehorn February 21, 2023
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