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ranch·er

 (răn′chər)
n.
1. One that owns or manages a ranch.
2. A rectangular house of one story; a ranch house.

rancher

(ˈrɑːntʃə)
n
(Professions) a person who owns, manages, or works on a ranch

ranch•er

(ˈræn tʃər)

n.
a person who owns or works on a ranch.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rancher - a person who owns or operates a ranchrancher - a person who owns or operates a ranch
farmer, granger, husbandman, sodbuster - a person who operates a farm
grazier - a rancher who grazes cattle or sheep for market
Translations

rancher

[ˈrɑːntʃəʳ] Nganadero/a m/f, ranchero/a m/f

rancher

[ˈrɑːntʃər] n (= owner) → propriétaire mf de ranch (= manager) → exploitant(e) m/f de ranchranch hand nouvrier/ière m/f agricoleranch house nranch m

rancher

nRancher(in) m(f), → Viehzüchter(in) m(f)

rancher

[ˈrɑːntʃəʳ] n (owner) → proprietario di un ranch; (ranch hand) → cowboy m inv
References in classic literature ?
Coming out on a wagon road that led upward, he followed it for several miles, emerging in a small, mountain-encircled valley, where half a dozen poor ranchers farmed the wine-grapes on the steep slopes.
Inoffensive ranchers in remote valleys were held up by armed men and compelled to identify themselves.
The Irish ranchers twitted me good-naturedly on my exploit, and patted me on the back until I felt that I had done something heroic.
Mary Dusak had been housekeeper for a bachelor rancher from Boston, and after several years in his service she was forced to retire from the world for a short time.
The program aims to incentivize farmers and ranchers to improve soil health on working agriculture lands through the development of a market-based platform.
Ranchers lease land from the government At very low rates That do not make up for the money spent by the government To manage the land for the ranchers Each rancher goes to sleep with a blanket It doesn't stop there Ranchers get sex in places we don't know about The sex doesn't stop there Ranchers were so mad about 200 coyotes loose in their area So the government said OK we'll shoot them from helicopters When the coyotes died it was OK Because animals die all the time they are used to it You like this cake I'll cut you a slice A sliver It's just a worthless sliver If it were me I would be more circumspect about it I would be less going on about it I'd tear its branches off and act like I hadn't thought about it Decorate the tree half and shove it out there to sit
Senator John Hoeven today held a tax reform roundtable with local small business owners to highlight important provisions in the draft Senate legislation to provide tax relief for hardworking, middle-income North Dakota families and small businesses, including farmers and ranchers.
According to Skender Ame, Head of the "Dashi" association of ranchers this is a result of the high quality lamb meat.
Bundy had drawn dozens of fellow ranchers to his home in Nevada in 2014 to protest heavy fines from the Bureau of Land Management for grazing his cattle on federal land.
We see these new ranchers and farmers as a critical force in sustaining food security, food safety and many other aspects of agriculture that positively impact the societal challenges facing our growing population.
A deal to share scarce water between ranchers and the Klamath tribes gives a welcome boost to Sen.
Ranchers were dealt a heavy blow from the unseasonably early blizzard, with estimates suggesting the storm killed at least 5% of the cattle in western South Dakota.