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Farm out   /fɑrm aʊt/   Listen
Farm out

verb
1.
Arranged for contracted work to be done by others.  Synonyms: job, subcontract.
2.
Grant the services of or the temporary use of, for a fee.  Synonyms: hire out, rent out.  "He hired himself out as a cook"






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"Farm out" Quotes from Famous Books



... This is much against his will, for he is constantly seeking an excuse for litigation. He swears that he does not want your farm any longer, but as for me, I believe that this is not his feeling, and that he would wish the farm out of the question, for he is too fond of hunting and his pleasure to quit it.... He does his utmost to remove me from your service, insinuating many things against me which are not true; but this does not lessen my zeal in ...
— The Makers of Canada: Bishop Laval • A. Leblond de Brumath



Words linked to "Farm out" :   employ, hire out, hire, engage, loan, lend, subcontract, job, rent out



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