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rangeland

Line breaks: range|land
Pronunciation: /ˈreɪndʒland
 
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Definition of rangeland in English:

noun

[mass noun] (also rangelands)
Open country used for grazing or hunting animals.
Example sentences
  • They raise sheep and cattle on dry rangelands and have sought to develop intensive dairying.
  • The wind then does the rest, removing the soil and converting productive rangeland into desert.
  • Despite the cactus, this is clearly rangeland, and we carefully evade the barbed wire as we cross into the field.

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