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a·cre·age

 (ā′kər-ĭj, ā′krĭj)
n.
Area of land measured in acres.

acreage

(ˈeɪkərɪdʒ)
n
land area in acres
adj
Austral of or relating to a large allotment of land, esp in a rural area

a•cre•age

(ˈeɪ kər ɪdʒ)

n.
extent or area in acres.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.acreage - an area of ground used for some particular purpose (such as building or farming)acreage - an area of ground used for some particular purpose (such as building or farming); "he wanted some acreage to build on"
surface area, expanse, area - the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary; "the area of a rectangle"; "it was about 500 square feet in area"
Translations

acreage

[ˈeɪkərɪdʒ] Nsuperficie f medida en acres, extensión f medida en acres
the 1990 wheat acreageel área sembrada de trigo en 1990
what acreage do you have here?¿cuánto miden estos terrenos?, ¿qué extensión tiene esta tierra?
they farm a large acreagecultivan unos terrenos muy extensos

acreage

[ˈeɪkərɪdʒ] nsuperficie f

acreage

nLand nt; (Agr) → Anbaufläche f; what acreage do they have?wie viel Land or wie viele Morgen (Agr) → haben sie?

acreage

[ˈeɪkərɪdʒ] nsuperficie f in acri
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As everybody knows, fine feathers make fine birds; a peasant girl but very moderately prepossessing to the casual observer in her simple condition and attire, will bloom as an amazing beauty if clothed as a woman of fashion with the aids that Art can render; while the beauty of the midnight crush would often cut but a sorry figure if placed inside the field-woman's wrapper upon a monotonous acreage of turnips on a dull day.
The most favorable climate and soil for each product selected; the exact requirements of the community known, and the acreage figured accordingly; the most improved machinery employed, under the direction of expert agricultural chemists!
It is not only notable that northwest Michigan has significantly more white vinifera acreage, but also that northwest and southwest parts of the state share similar acreages of red vinifera cultivars, which typically favor warmer climates (regions 3-5), with Burgundian Pinot Noir being the most planted red cultivar.
Michigan ranks fourth among all 50 states for total grapevine acreage. However, approximately 80% of this acreage is planted with Vitis labrusca (primarily Concord and Niagara), which are utilized by the grape juice industry.
To evaluate the incremental effect of the 2013 DPR recommended permit conditions, we compared the calculated Phase 2 EPA buffer zone distances to the NOI buffer zone distances and calculated the associated buffer zone acreages. Seventy-six of the 269 fumigations analyzed had NOI buffer distances larger than the EPA buffer distance, increasing total buffer zone acreage by 186 acres.
Calculating the treated strawberry acreage that would have been lost to buffer zones as a consequence of the 2013 proposal or 2015 mitigation measures was more complex than calculating the actual 2013 buffer zone acreages.
Macarthur Minerals continues to expand its acreage and has one of the largest acreages for 'hard rock' lithium of any junior exploration company globally and is one of a few TSX-V listed companies to have potential projects for lithium in Australia.
The expansion of Macarthur Minerals' acreage package is consistent with its focus on exploration of raw materials for the production of lithium batteries.
In February, Iowa Farmer Today Publications launched its newest publication, American Acreage, a monthly country lifestyle magazine mailed to people living on small farms and acreages in the rural areas surrounding two major metropolitan areas in eastern and central Iowa.
Nectarines: California nectarine acreage in 1983 was nearly eight times the small acreages in the mid-1940's.
With increasing acreages of prime beetle habitat set aside in wilderness or preserves, forest plans that call for less harvesting and even longer rotations to favor survival of red-cockaded woodpeckers, an EIS that prevents timely control of most beetle infestations within wilderness, and Fritz's propensity to legally enjoin the Forest Service for beetle-control actions, the stage is set for a massive sequel to Four Notch.
Moving averages of GDD[sub.winter] (MGDD[sub.w]) showed strong statistical significance for alfalfa and wheat acreages, but with different signs, positive for alfalfa and negative for wheat (table 2).