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farm

noun [C] uk   /fɑːm/ us    /fɑːrm/
A1 an area of land, together with a house and buildings, used for growing crops and/or keeping animals as a business: a dairy farm farm animals fresh farm produce farm workers She spent the summer working on a farm. a place where a particular type of animal is kept in large numbers in order to be sold: a sheep/fish farm
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farm

verb [T] uk   /fɑːm/ us    /fɑːrm/
to use land for growing crops and/or keeping animals as a business: The Stamfords have farmed this land for over a hundred years.
Translations of “farm”
in Korean 농장…
in Arabic مَزْرَعة…
in French ferme…
in Turkish çiftlik…
in Italian fattoria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 農場, 飼養場,養殖場…
in Russian ферма…
in Polish gospodarstwo, farma…
in Spanish granja…
in Portuguese fazenda…
in German der Bauernhof…
in Catalan granja…
in Japanese 農場…
in Chinese (Simplified) 农场, 饲养场,养殖场…
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