Translation of agribusiness in Spanish:

agribusiness

Pronunciation: /ˈægrəˌbɪznəs; ˈægrɪˌbɪznɪs/

n

  • u c industria (f) agropecuaria, agroindustria (f); (before n) [profits/enterprise] agropecuario, agroindustrial
    More example sentences
    • With $30.9 billion in assets, CoBank specializes in financing for agribusinesses and Farm Credit associations, as well as rural communications, energy, and water systems.
    • Other Illinois farmers, Illinois agribusinesses and local communities in which we do business share our concerns.
    • They must then market these programs so that producers, agribusinesses, consumers, and politicians will appreciate and support future endeavors.

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