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farmland

[ fahrm-land ]
/ ˈfɑrmˌlænd /
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noun

land under cultivation or capable of being cultivated: to protect valuable farmland from erosion.

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Origin of farmland

First recorded in 1630–40; farm + land
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British Dictionary definitions for farmland

farmland
/ (ˈfɑːmˌlænd) /

noun

land used or suitable for farming
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