Agrarian (adjective)

Relating to land, especially farming or agriculture.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin agrarius, from ager, agr- 'field' + -arian.

Examples:

  1. The country is mostly composed of agrarian communities.
  2. The agrarian revolution transformed the economy and the way of life for many people.
  3. The government is promoting agrarian reforms to improve the livelihood of farmers.
  4. Agrarian policies are aimed at increasing food production and reducing poverty.
  5. Agrarian societies have always been based on the cultivation of crops and the raising of livestock.
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