Synonyms of farm in English:

farm

noun

  • a farm of 100 acres
    smallholding, holding, farmstead, steading, grange, plantation, estate; farmland, land, acreage, acres; vineyard; Scottishcroft; North Americanranch; Australian/New Zealandstation; in the West Indiespen; in East Africashamba; in the Indian subcontinenttope
  • verb

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  • 1 his dad farmed near Marlborough
    be a farmer, practise farming, cultivate/till/work the land, till the soil, rear livestock, do agricultural work
  • 2 the marshes are being drained in order to farm the land
    cultivate, bring under cultivation, till, work, plough, dig, plant
  • 3 the family has been farming cranberries for generations
    grow, cultivate, raise, plant, tend, bring on, harvest; breed, rear, keep
  • Phrases

    farm someone out

    he had farmed the child outhave fosteredhave cared forsend to a childminderput in care

    farm something out

    the job of building the models was farmed out to the Shawcraft firmcontract outoutsourceassign to otherssubcontractdelegate

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