In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1agricultor masculineagricultora femininegranjero masculinegranjera femininechacarero masculine Southern Cone Peruchacarera feminine Southern Cone Peru
- The lifting of the thirty month ban is good news for farmers but there are still uncertainties.
- It helped farmers and farm owners to stay in their property with government help.
- The main concern for farmers is to reduce their risk of suffering a herd breakdown.
- The livestock farmers have beef and pork and cheese and chicken and eggs and milk.
- The agricultural revolution freed farmers from this trap for the first time in history.
- Why are we being so generous to farmers in other countries but so harsh with our own?
- From the point of view of European livestock farmers, soya is the ideal product.
- In reality, it could not have turned out much worse for British farmers and growers.
- I have made the choice to be a farmer and to manage a finite renewable resource such as water.
- If farmers want their livestock to be protected then they should protect them in a more secure way.
- The son of a yeoman farmer, he was one of those remarkable men of the Victorian age.
- It is the time of year again when farm work is in full swing and farmers are extremely busy.
- The gophers also dig holes which farmers claim cause livestock to fall and break their legs.
- Almost two thirds think farmers are not paid enough by supermarkets for the food they produce.
- The public cannot go near farmland, yet farmers can hold a market in Scarborough.
- We want the Government to provide grant aid to farmers to help them through this difficult time.
- The yield may not be large but farmers manage to feed their family and make a living.
- It is likely that the nature of farm work makes it easier for farmers to be more active.
- Before refrigeration, it was common for butchers to also be farmers and graziers.
- I worked with farmers and crofters and did all types of work to get a bite to eat and a few cigarettes.
2(owner of large farm)hacendado masculinehacendada feminineranchero masculine Mexicoranchera feminine Mexicoestanciero masculine River Plateestanciera feminine River Platedueño de fundo masculine Chiledueña de fundo feminine Chile
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