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arable

adjective
 
 
/ˈærəbl/
relating to or used for the growing of crops: arable land/farm/farmer, etc.
Translations of “arable”
in Arabic قابِل للزِراعة…
in Korean 경작할 수 있는…
in Malaysian tanah suai tani…
in French arable…
in Turkish tarıma elverişli, verimli, uygun…
in Italian arabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 適於耕種的,可耕的, 耕作的…
in Russian пахотный…
in Polish uprawny…
in Vietnamese trồng trọt được…
in Spanish arable, cultivable…
in Portuguese arável…
in Thai เหมาะแก่การเพาะปลูก…
in German bebaubar…
in Catalan conreable…
in Japanese 耕作に適した…
in Indonesian bisa ditanami…
in Chinese (Simplified) 适于耕种的,可耕的, 耕作的…
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