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farming

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈfɑːmɪŋ/ PRODUCTION
the business or activity of raising animals, growing crops, etc. on a farm: People employed in farming account for just 5% of the country's population. Modern farming methods have led to the destruction of many wildlife habitats. The UK's farming industry was thrown into crisis by the outbreak of foot and mouth disease.
Translations of “farming”
in Korean 농업…
in Arabic زِراعة…
in Portuguese agricultura, criação…
in Catalan agricultura, ramaderia…
in Japanese 農業…
in Italian agricoltura, allevamento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 務農, 畜牧, 養殖…
in Russian занятие сельским хозяйством, фермерство…
in Turkish çiftçilik, rençperlik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 务农, 畜牧, 养殖…
in Polish rolnictwo…
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