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agriculture

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈæɡrɪkʌltʃər/ COMMERCE
the business, science, or activity of farming: Recent floods have devastated the state’s agriculture, with sharp declines in its production of corn, soy, and wheat crops. Over the past ten years the area’s labour force has shifted from agriculture to manufacturing. →  See also extensive agriculture , intensive agriculture
Translations of “agriculture”
in Arabic الزِّراعة…
in Korean 농업…
in Malaysian pertanian…
in French agriculture…
in Turkish tarım, ziraat…
in Italian agricoltura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 農業, 農藝,農學…
in Russian сельское хозяйство…
in Polish rolnictwo…
in Vietnamese nông nghiệp…
in Spanish agricultura…
in Portuguese agricultura…
in Thai เกษตรกรรม…
in German die Landwirtschaft…
in Catalan agricultura…
in Japanese 農業, 農耕…
in Indonesian pertanian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 农业, 农艺,农学…
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