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farm·house

 (färm′hous′)
n.
A dwelling on a farm.
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farmhouse

(ˈfɑːmˌhaʊs)
n
1. a house attached to a farm, esp the dwelling from which the farm is managed
2. (Cookery) Also called: farmhouse loaf Brit a large white loaf, baked in a tin, with slightly curved sides and top
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farm•house

(ˈfɑrmˌhaʊs)

n., pl. -hous•es (-ˌhaʊ zɪz)
a house on a farm, esp. the farmer's residence.
[1590–1600]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.farmhouse - house for a farmer and familyfarmhouse - house for a farmer and family  
farm - workplace consisting of farm buildings and cultivated land as a unit; "it takes several people to work the farm"
house - a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families; "he has a house on Cape Cod"; "she felt she had to get out of the house"
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Translations
بَيْتُ الـمُزارِعبَيْت المُزارِع
farmaobytné stavenístatek
stuehus
maatalo
seoska kuća
lakóépület
bóndabær
農家
농가
bondgård
บ้านไร่
nhà ở trang trại

farmhouse

[ˈfɑːmhaʊs] N (farmhouses (pl)) [ˈfɑːmhaʊzɪz]alquería f, casa f de labranza, caserío m (Sp), casa f grande (LAm), casa f de hacienda (LAm)
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farmhouse

[ˈfɑːrmhaʊs] nferme f
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farmhouse

[ˈfɑːmˌhaʊs] ncasa colonica, fattoria
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farm

(faːm) noun
1. an area of land, including buildings, used for growing crops, breeding and keeping cows, sheep, pigs etc. Much of England is good agricultural land and there are many farms.
2. the farmer's house and the buildings near it in such a place. We visited the farm; (also adjective) a farm kitchen.
verb
to cultivate (the land) in order to grow crops, breed and keep animals etc. He farms (5,000 acres) in the south.
ˈfarmer noun
the owner or tenant of a farm who works on the land etc. How many farmworkers does that farmer employ?
ˈfarming noun
the business of owning or running a farm. There is a lot of money involved in farming; (also adjective) farming communities.
ˈfarmhouse noun
the house in which a farmer lives.
ˈfarmyard noun
the open area surrounded by the farm buildings. There were several hens loose in the farmyard; (also adjective) farmyard animals.
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farmhouse

بَيْتُ الـمُزارِع farma stuehus Bauernhof αγροικία finca, vivienda del granjero maatalo ferme seoska kuća fattoria 農家 농가 boerenhoeve våningshus budynek wiejski casa de fazenda, casa de quinta жилой дом на ферме bondgård บ้านไร่ çiftlik evi nhà ở trang trại 农舍
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References in classic literature ?
A FARMER'S daughter was carrying her Pail of milk from the field to the farmhouse, when she fell a-musing.
Do you see any objection to accompanying me to the farmhouse to- morrow?"
At some little distance from the farmhouse was a spring with a constant flow of clear, cold water, whence the family derived its supply for domestic use at all seasons.
They passed a large and comfortable farmhouse, surrounded by wandering barns and cow-sheds, went on under forest arches, and emerged beside a field with which Saxon was instantly enchanted.
His appearance, therefore, is apt to occasion some little stir at the tea-table of a farmhouse, and the addition of a supernumerary dish of cakes or sweetmeats, or, peradventure, the parade of a silver teapot.
This was mostly a journey to the farmhouse on the slopes above the vale, to inquire how the advanced cows were getting on in the straw-barton to which they were relegated.
"I will do it with pleasure," she said--and hastened away to the farmhouse.
This time, in the middle of the clearing, he saw a small farmhouse. There were no signs of life.
The Monkeys had set them down near a farmhouse, and the four travelers walked up to it and knocked at the door.
Melville resided in New York City until 1850, when they purchased a farmhouse at Pittsfield, their farm adjoining that formerly owned by Mr.
The farmhouse, which stood on a little elevation some hundred yards from the tenant house, had undergone a complete transformation during the three weeks that Clayton and Mr.
Dinah's family lived in a small farmhouse, up a green lane, close by a meadow with some fine shady trees; there were two cows feeding in it.