farmer

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{i} çiftçi

Hükümet çiftçilere yeni vergi koydu. - The government imposed a new tax on farmers.

Hükümet çiftçilerin hasatlarının zararını telafi etti. - The government compensated the farmers for the damage to the crops.

{i} çiftlik sahibi
{i} yetiştirici (tavuk vb.)
yetiştirici
(isim) çiftçi, çiftlik sahibi, yetiştirici (tavuk vb.)
rençber
ekinci
farmer's cheese
köy peyniri
farmer's cooperative
çiftçi kooperatifi
farmer's market
çiftçinin pazar
farmer's tan
Amele yanığı
tenant farmer
yarıcı
dairy farmer
mandıra çiftçisi

Mandıra çiftçisi öldü. - The dairy farmer died.

tenant farmer
kiracı çiftçi
tree farmer
ağaç çiftçisi
peasant farmer
köylü çiftçi
private tax-farmer
Bkz. Mültezim
tax-farmer
Mültezim
baby farmer
bebek bakıcısı
stock farmer
besici
stock farmer
sığır yetiştiricisi
stock farmer
büyükbaş hayvan yetiştiricisi
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A person who works the land or who keeps livestock, especially on a farm
Agent noun of farm; someone or something that farms
{n} one who takes land on lease, the owner who cultivates land, one who takes other things on rent
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The lord of the field, or one who farms the lot and cope of the crown
Middle Europe
a person who operates a farm
{i} agriculturalist, one who raises plants or animals on a farm; one who provides services for a salary
Farmout Agreement Foreign Proceeding Governmental Unit Individual with Reg Income
aguicultor
One who is devoted to the tillage of the soil; one who cultivates a farm; an agriculturist; a husbandman
One who farms One who hires and cultivates a farm; a cultivator of leased ground; a tenant
an expert on cooking whose cookbook has undergone many editions (1857-1915)
One who takes taxes, customs, excise, or other duties, to collect, either paying a fixed annuual rent for the privilege; as, a farmer of the revenues
United States civil rights leader who in 1942 founded the Congress of Racial Equality (born in 1920)
A farmer is a person who owns or manages a farm. American civil rights leader who founded the Congress of Racial Equality (1942), served as its national director (1961-1966), and advocated nonviolent forms of protest. W2S3 someone who owns or manages a farm. Farmer's Almanac Farmer Fannie Merritt Farmer Labor Party
a person who operates a farm an expert on cooking whose cookbook has undergone many editions (1857-1915) United States civil rights leader who in 1942 founded the Congress of Racial Equality (born in 1920)
farmer's market
A market where farmers and growers sell produce directly to the public
farmer's markets
plural form of farmer's market
farmer's sausage
Smoked raw pork sausage of Mennonite origin
farmer's tan
The tan line left by clothing, especially, by a short-sleeved shirt
farmer's walk
A strength and endurance event in which a competitor carries a heavy weight in each hand over a set distance
Farmer Cheese
American cheese made from curds (available in soft texture having small spreadable curds with a high moisture content or as semi-dry, firm textured block from which most of the liquid has been pressed)
Farmer's Almanac
U.S. annual journal, now called Old Farmer's Almanac, containing long-term weather predictions, planting schedules, astronomical tables, astrological lore, recipes, anecdotes, and sundry pleasantries of rural interest. First published by Robert B. Thomas in 1792 (for the year 1793), it went on to outlast dozens of competitors. It issued long-range weather forecasts, based on obscure interpretations of natural phenomena, long before any weather service existed, and generations of farmers planted and harvested according to its advice. Now published in Dublin, N.H., it sells some 4 million copies annually
Farmer-Labor Party
(1918-44) Minor political party in Minnesota, U.S. An outgrowth of the Nonpartisan League, it was composed mainly of small farmers and urban labourers. It supported Robert La Follette in the 1924 presidential election, and its candidate, Floyd B. Olson, was elected governor in 1930. It supported Franklin Roosevelt in 1932 and 1936 before merging with the Democratic Party in 1944 to form the Democrat-Farmer-Labor Party
farmer cheese
An unripened cheese similar to cottage cheese but drier and firmer in texture
farmer's lung
alveolitis caused by an allergic reaction to fungal spores in the dust that is inhaled from moldy hay
farmer's market
an open-air marketplace for farm products
farmer-labor party
a former minor political party in the United States in the early 20th century
farmer-soldiers
soldiers that start a new agricultural settlement
Fannie Farmer
a US cook who wrote a cookery book used by many people in the US (1857-1915). born March 23, 1857, Boston, Mass., U.S. died Jan. 15, 1915, Boston U.S. cookery expert. She became director of the Boston Cooking School in 1894 and in 1896 published The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book. Standardizing the methods and measurements of recipes, it became one of the best-selling cookbooks of all time; its modern versions were titled The Fannie Farmer Cookbook. In 1902 she established Miss Farmer's School of Cookery, with courses designed to train housewives rather than teachers of cookery
Fannie Merritt Farmer
born March 23, 1857, Boston, Mass., U.S. died Jan. 15, 1915, Boston U.S. cookery expert. She became director of the Boston Cooking School in 1894 and in 1896 published The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book. Standardizing the methods and measurements of recipes, it became one of the best-selling cookbooks of all time; its modern versions were titled The Fannie Farmer Cookbook. In 1902 she established Miss Farmer's School of Cookery, with courses designed to train housewives rather than teachers of cookery
baby farmer
One who keeps a baby farm
dirt farmer
A subsistence farmer; a farmer with no hired hands
dirt farmer
A farmer who is too poor to use, or unable to use, irrigation
gentleman farmer
A man who farms his own land, but small-scale, not for a living
gold farmer
A person who plays an online game to resell in game currency and items for profit outside of the game; one who engages in gold farming
tenant farmer
A person who farms land rented from a landlord
A farmer
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Nancy Farmer
{i} (born 1941) United States author of children's literature
baby farmer
someone who runs an establishment that houses and cares for babies for a fee
baby farmer
person who operates a nursery that houses and cares for babies for a payment
dairy-farmer
farmer who runs a dairy farm, farmer that tends milk cows; person who works in a dairy
dirt farmer
A farmer who does all the work on his or her property.dirt farming n. a poor farmer who works to feed himself and his family, without paying anyone else to help
dirt farmer
{i} farmer who earns his living farming his own little farm alone or with the help of family
dry farmer
one who practices dry farming, farmer in a dry region who grows drought resistant crops and uses irrigation methods which conserve water
farmers
A farmer ought to make four rents in order to live: one for rent, one for labour, one for stock, and one for himself
farmers
The hunter-gatherer way of life was superseded by a farming existence during the Neolithic
farmers
Isidore the Farmer, George
farmers
plural of farmer
gentleman farmer
man of high standing and wealth who farms mainly for pleasure
gentleman farmer
A man of independent means who farms chiefly for pleasure rather than income. a man belonging to a high social class who owns and runs a farm, but who usually hires people to do the work
small farmer
a farmer on a small farm
tenant farmer
a farmer who works land owned by someone else
tenant farmer
One who farms land owned by another and pays rent in cash or in kind. someone who farms land that is rented from someone else
tenant farmer
person who farms the land of another in exchange for rent payment or giving a portion of the harvest
farmer
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