Meaning of agriculturist in English:

agriculturist

Pronunciation /aɡrɪˈkʌltʃ(ə)rɪst/

See synonyms for agriculturist on Thesaurus.com

Translate agriculturist into Spanish

noun

See agriculture

‘Around the middle of the eighteenth century, the breeding of livestock was dramatically changed by Robert Bakewell, an English agriculturist.’
  • ‘At North Dakota, as at Minnesota, he was the first professor of agriculture and agriculturist for the agricultural experiment station.’
  • ‘It should have major appeal to practicing agriculturists, agricultural advisors, land managers and students of agricultural science, especially upperclassmen.’
  • ‘Such applied animal behavior research, though fairly new to U.S. agriculturists, is shedding light on other aspects of cattle behavior, too.’
  • ‘It behooves all educators with a vested interest in agriculture to continue inspiring, motivating, and ‘teaching’ the next generation of agriculturists nationwide.’