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farm

noun [C]
 
 
/fɑːm/ PRODUCTION
an area of land, usually with fields and buildings, used for raising animals and growing crops as a business: My family has worked on this farm for generations.farm building/machinery/equipment etc. Pieces of rusting farm equipment lay abandoned in the long grass.farm worker/labourer Farm workers' wages fell sharply towards the end of the century.a sheep/pig/dairy etc. farm His parents ran a small but profitable dairy farm.
a place where fish or other animals are bred: a trout/fish/salmon etc. farm Animal Rights activists demonstrated outside a local puppy farm last weekend. → See also cube farm, factory farm, truck farm, wind farm
(Definition of farm noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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