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agricultural

Syllabification: ag·ri·cul·tur·al
Pronunciation: /ˌaɡrəˈkəlCH(ə)rəl
 
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Definition of agricultural in English:

adjective

Of or relating to agriculture: agricultural land an agricultural worker
More example sentences
  • Land claims have been made on about five million hectares of agricultural land in the province.
  • Gwanya says a major problem is the prices farmers are asking for agricultural land.
  • She has also called for more tools to kick-start agricultural and small livestock farming.
Synonyms
farm, farming, agrarian;
rural, rustic, pastoral, countryside
literary georgic, sylvan, Arcadian
farmed, farm, agrarian, cultivated, tilled, horticultural

Derivatives

agriculturalist

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Like other agriculturalists across the country, ranchers are usually land rich and cash poor.
  • Like the vast majority of the world's agriculturalists, the farmers lived in a village apart from the farm.
  • The increases are quite remarkable, as most agriculturalists would be satisfied with any technology that could increase annual productivity by even one to two per cent.

agriculturally

2
adverb
agriculturally fertile plains
More example sentences
  • Meerut District is one of the most agriculturally advanced and fertile districts in western Uttar Pradesh.
  • The monument has been a bit of nuisance agriculturally speaking because it has limited what we can do with the field.
  • It is estimated that a million cubic meters of water is capable of creating 200 jobs in direct and indirect agriculturally generated occupations.

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