In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(large, small)granja femininechacra feminine Peru Southern Conehacienda femininecortijo masculine Spainrancho masculine Mexicoestancia feminine River Platefundo masculine Chile(machinery/worker/produce) agrícolaa dairy farm — un establecimiento de ganado lechero
- a fish farm — una piscifactoría
- a mink farm — un criadero de visones
- Private cars and visitors, too, must comply if they visit farms in the area.
- She is one of four children who grew up on their father's farm in the south.
- Some species of waterfowl adapted to feeding on rice, barley, lettuce, and other crops grown on farms in California.
- My uncles' farm was one of three farms on a private road.
- Only 20 percent of the small family farms in the area are left.
- He says that 200,000-acre factory farms fit his vision of what agriculture should be.
- The 37-year-old farm labourer has one week left to find a home.
- Every evening the animals will be taken to a farm on the outskirts of Dublin where they can rest overnight.
- I have certainly come across studies and examples where badly managed larger scale farms have damaged the environment.
- The highlight of my summers was going out to my uncle's farm about three miles outside the town.
- Items sold were mostly local and seasonal, farm produce or locally made artefacts.
- Your neighbour brings you back a sack of potatoes from his uncle's farm.
- He put my grandfather's farm up for sale and had an offer on it.
- Total land in farms, at 46,400 acres, is unchanged from last year.
- The students of the school were told about the need for preserving farm animals.
- In 2002 he bought neighbouring farms and his estate is now 2500 acres.
- The City of Hamburg owns two large organic farms.
- But the ultimate cost will be the tragic demise of small family farms around the world.
- Joseph began work as a farm labourer and the family settled into Canterbury life.
- Long active in the community, he has operated a family farm for 30 years.
1ser agricultorser ganadero
1(land) cultivar(land) labrar(land) trabajar(cattle) criar
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