market gardener

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market garden

n. Chiefly British

market gardener n.
market gardening n.

market gardener

n (Brit) → ortofrutticoltore m
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All the profound plans about cutting off and capturing Napoleon and his army were like the plan of a market gardener who, when driving out of his garden a cow that had trampled down the beds he had planted, should run to the gate and hit the cow on the head.
The first farmer who discovered the value of the telephone was the market gardener.
There was a short railway official travelling up to the terminus, three fairly short market gardeners picked up two stations afterwards, one very short widow lady going up from a small Essex town, and a very short Roman Catholic priest going up from a small Essex village.
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His father was a market gardener in Shropshire where he was born on a farm.
John was born in Larkhall, and worked as a market gardener before moving to Lancashire in 1959, where got a job in a spinning factory.
I am a market gardener struggling to survive with 10 rented acres and my flock of 30 girls, er, chickens.
Prince Charles once fancied a career as a market gardener.
I went along to observe one Monday morning, arriving at Patrick's rural studio location - an assortment of converted wooden farm outbuildings and barns, for Patrick was a market gardener in another life.
Dad (Stewart), a Fenland market gardener and champion line dancer, is also the local crime godfather.
I have old pictures from my dad, taken in Cardiff, and he used to talk of his boyhood in Rhiwbina, where Fred Trimmer was a nurseryman and market gardener.
Former market gardener John Hutchinson kept the rare figure under wraps after being entrusted with its safekeeping when its owners emigrated to Canada and left the carving to Acomb Parish Council.