listen to the pronunciation of pasture
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O yaşlı hizmetçi bütün inekleri çayırda sağar. - That old maid can milk all the cows up at the pasture.

Bir çoban köpeği sürüyü çayıra götürür. - A sheep dog drives the flock to the pasture.


Merada bir sürü koyun var. - There are a lot of sheep in the pasture.

İnekler merada otlandı. - The cows grazed in the pasture.

{f} otlat
çayıra salmak
pasturage otlak
çayırda otlamak veya otlatmak
put out to pasture emekliye ayırmak
{f} otlamak
{f} gütmek
{f} çayırda otlatmak
(Çiftçilik) geçici otlak
pasture area
mera alanı
pasture farming
mera tarımı
pasture ecology
(Tarım) çayır ekolojisi
pasture feeding
(Tarım) mera yemlemesi
pasture feeding
(Tarım) mera otlatması
pasture furrowing
(Tarım) mera karıkları açma
pasture ground
(Tarım) mera arazisi
pasture ground
(Tarım) mera sahası
pasture improvement
(Tarım) mera ıslahı
pasture rotation
(Tarım) sıralı otlatma
pasture rotation
(Tarım) nöbetleşe otlatma
pasture rotation
(Tarım) mera rotasyonu
annual pasture
yıllık mera
brush pasture
çalılık mera
dry pasture
kıraç mera
farm pasture
çiftlik merası
improved pasture
ıslah edilmiş otlak
retire to pasture
köşesine çekilmek
retire to pasture
emekliye ayrılmak
greener pasture
yeşil mera
hay pasture
biçilen mera
put s.o. out to pasture
birini emekliye ayırmak
winter pasture
kış merası
artificial pasture
(Tarım) suni mer'a
fallow pasture
(Tarım) nadas merası
irrigation pasture
sulanan mera
mountain pasture
(Coğrafya) dağ otlağı
natural pasture
(Tarım) doğal mera
put someone out to pasture
birini emekliye ayırmak
retire to pasture
emekli olmak
stubble pasture
(Tarım) anız merası
summer pasture
summer pasture
temporary pasture
(Tarım) geçici mera
wild pasture
(Tarım) tabii mera
Englisch - Englisch
To move animals into a pasture to graze
Ground covered with grass or herbage, used or suitable for the grazing of livestock
Food, nourishment

Ne euer is he wont on ought to feed, / But toades and frogs, his pasture poysonous .

To graze
land on which cattle can be kept for feeding
{v} to put in a pasture, graze, feed, fatten
{n} land used for grazing, feed, education
land specifically cultivated to produce animal feed such as hay or alfalfa
An area devoted to producing forage (introduced or native); grass or other growing plants harvested by grazing and usually enclosed and separated from other areas by a fence or wall
A grass or legume feeding field for animals
a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock
{f} graze, feed on grass in an open meadow
to feed on growing grass; to supply grass as food for; as, the farmer pastures fifty oxen; the land will pasture forty cows
let feed in a field or pasture or meadow
there has been a lot of golf course construction in the U K in recent years, many have been built on redundant farm land At the worst level, no landscaping has been undertaken other than to build tees and greens - play takes place up and down the original fields with the hedge-rows still in place Drainage is often rudimentary These are poor places for golf At the other end of the scale, imaginative use has been made of the available land, landscaping carried out and good fairways built
If you put animals out to pasture, you move them out into the fields so they can eat the grass
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animal food for browsing or grazing
Specifically: Grass growing for the food of cattle; the food of cattle taken by grazing
To feed, esp
{i} grazing land, grassy area where livestock graze
feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
A type of grazing management unit enclosed and separated from other areas by fencing or other barriers and devoted to the production of forage for harvest primarily by grazing
Food; nourishment
If someone leaves for greener pastures, or in British English pastures new, they leave their job, their home, or the situation they are in for something they think will be much better. Michael decided he wanted to move on to pastures new for financial reasons
- Grassland used for grazing LIVESTOCK
Land presently used for grazing or under cultivation to develop grazing
Grass land for cattle, horses, etc
Unirrigated and unplowed pasturelands
To feed on growing grass; to graze
Pasture is land with grass growing on it for farm animals to eat. The cows are out now, grazing in the pasture
pasture land
land suitable for the grazing of animals (cows, sheep, etc.)
greener pasture
A better or more promising situation
A pasture
cow pasture
a pasture for cows
third-person singular of pasture
plural of pasture



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈpasʧər/ /ˈpæsʧɜr/


    [ 'pas-ch&r ] (noun.) 14th century. From Anglo-Norman pastour, Anglo-Norman and Middle French pasture, from Latin pastura, from the stem of pascere (“to feed, graze”).

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