Definition of lambing in English:

lambing

Line breaks: lamb|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈlamɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The birth of lambs on a farm: lambing begins in mid January
More example sentences
  • The Ministry of Agriculture and The Journal of Applied Ecology, UK both agree that in studies of upland lambing, lamb losses were unaffected by the presence of foxes.
  • Her husband Ian is manhandling sheep through wire fences for crutch shearing, ahead of lambing.
  • This eases the pressure on labour and reduces the demand for space at lambing in his sheep shed.

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