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Translation of "farm" - English-Spanish dictionary

farm

noun /faːm/
an area of land, including buildings, used for growing crops, breeding and keeping cows, sheep, pigs etc granja Much of England is good agricultural land and there are many farms.
the farmer’s house and the buildings near it in such a place granja We visited the farm (also adjective) a farm kitchen.
farmer noun
the owner or tenant of a farm who works on the land etc granjero, agricultor a dairy farmer.
farming noun
the business of owning or running a farm agricultura; ganadería There is a lot of money involved in farming (also adjective) farming communities.
farmhouse noun
the house in which a farmer lives. granja
farmland noun
land which is used for farming tierra de labranza The family owns 300 acres of farmland.
farmyard noun
the open area surrounded by the farm buildings corral There were several hens loose in the farmyard (also adjective) farmyard animals.
(Definition of farm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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