forage

  • 41 forage — I. Plants, other than grain, grown for animal feed. II. Grass and legume crops used for livestock feeds …

    Combined glossary of agriculture

  • 42 forage — for·age || fÉ‘rɪdÊ’ , fÉ” / fÉ’ n. fodder, food for animals; act of searching for food or provisions; raid v. search, look for; rummage for food; raid; supply with fodder …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 43 forage —    to steal    Originally as a noun, food for cattle. Such food was traditionally stolen for their horses by armies on the march, whence, as a soldier, to look for anything else to steal:     Where the devil did you come by this? Foraged, sir.… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 44 forage — [ fɒrɪdʒ] verb search widely for food or provisions. ↘obtain (food) by searching. noun 1》 food for horses and cattle. 2》 an act of foraging. Derivatives forager noun Origin ME: from OFr. fourrage (n.), fourrager (v.), from fuerre straw , of Gmc… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 45 forage — n 1. fodder, provender; coarse food, dry food, grain, hay, oats, grass; herbage, pasture, pasturage. 2. raid, sack, plundering, ravaging, looting, rifling; foray, assault, invasion, incursion. v 3. search about, seek, look around, fish for, hunt …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 46 forage — for·age …

    English syllables

  • 47 forage — [ˈfɒrɪdʒ] verb [I] to search in a wide area for food …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 48 forage — nm. forazho (Albanais) …

    Dictionnaire Français-Savoyard

  • 49 forage — Verb: To search for food or other need. Noun: Rough feed for domestic animals; fodder; hay …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 50 forage — see FOOD …

    Word origins

  • 51 Forage de Zapoliarny — Forage sg3 Pour les articles homonymes, voir SG3. Timbre commémoratif d URSS de 1987 ayant pour …

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  • 52 Forage profond de Kola — Forage sg3 Pour les articles homonymes, voir SG3. Timbre commémoratif d URSS de 1987 ayant pour …

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  • 53 Forage cap — Forage For age (?; 48), n. [OF. fourage, F. fourrage, fr. forre, fuerre, fodder, straw, F. feurre, fr. LL. foderum, fodrum, of German or Scand, origin; cf. OHG. fuotar, G. futter. See {Fodder} food, and cf. {Foray}.] 1. The act of foraging;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 54 Forage master — Forage For age (?; 48), n. [OF. fourage, F. fourrage, fr. forre, fuerre, fodder, straw, F. feurre, fr. LL. foderum, fodrum, of German or Scand, origin; cf. OHG. fuotar, G. futter. See {Fodder} food, and cf. {Foray}.] 1. The act of foraging;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 55 forage acre — n. a measure of the vegetation available for grazing on a range or pasture, equal to the total area multiplied by the percentage of surface covered by usable vegetation (Ex.: 10 acres × 30% coverage = 3 forage acres) * * * …

    Universalium

  • 56 Forage à percussion — ● Forage à percussion forage dans lequel on emploie le procédé du battage …

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  • 57 forage acre — n. a measure of the vegetation available for grazing on a range or pasture, equal to the total area multiplied by the percentage of surface covered by usable vegetation (Ex.: 10 acres × 30% coverage = 3 forage acres) …

    English World dictionary

  • 58 Forage analysis — is an integral part of modern animal production. Livestock managers require detailed information about the feedstuffs of their herds in order to best achieve production goals, whether they are concerned with economic efficiency, nutrient… …

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  • 59 Forage marin — ● Forage marin puits creusé mécaniquement dans le sous sol de la mer et destiné à la reconnaissance et à l exploitation d un gisement d hydrocarbures ou à l identification des structures océaniques …

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  • 60 Forage à la lance — ● Forage à la lance procédé de coupage thermique à l aide d une lance à oxygène, utilisé sur des matériaux tels que fontes, bétons, grès, etc …

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