Synonyms of farm in English:

farm


See US English definition of farm

See UK English definition of farm

See Spanish definition of granja

noun

1‘a farm of 100 acres’

SYNONYMS
smallholding, holding, farmstead, steading, grange, plantation, estate
farmland, land, acreage, acres
vineyard
Scottish croft
North American ranch
Australian, New Zealand station
pen
shamba
tope

verb

1‘his dad farmed near Marlborough’

SYNONYMS
be a farmer, practise farming, cultivate the land, till the land, work the land, till the soil, rear livestock, do agricultural work

2‘the marshes are being drained in order to farm the land’

SYNONYMS
cultivate, bring under cultivation, till, work, plough, dig, plant

3‘the family has been farming cranberries for generations’

SYNONYMS
grow, cultivate, raise, plant, tend, bring on, harvest
breed, rear, keep

Phrases

    farm something out

    ‘the job of building the models was farmed out to the Shawcraft firm’


    SYNONYMS
    contract out, outsource, assign to others, subcontract, delegate
    farm someone out

    ‘he had farmed the child out’


    SYNONYMS
    have fostered, have cared for, put in care
    British send to a childminder