|farmworker, worker on farm||farm hand|
|(Australian) man who lives on a sheep or cattle farm as an apprentice||jackaroo|
|(British slang) diligent student; hard-worker, (British slang) work hard; study diligently, swat||swot|
|(British) colleague, fellow worker||workmate|
|(British) sandwich; slice of bread and butter; (British Slang) fellow worker, colleague (esp. in a coal mine)||butty|
|(Informal) resident of Oklahoma (USA); worker from Oklahoma (USA); native of Okinawa (island southwest of Japan) (derogatory)||Okie|
|(Offensive Slang) Mexican worker in the United States (especially one who crossed the border illegally)||wetback|
|(U.K.) general name for a farm worker or peasant||hodge|
|acceptable, better than acceptable, carnival, commercial exhibition, directly, done properly, event with farm competitions and amusements, false despite appearances, festival, market, bazaar; exhibition, show, good for sailing, improve, in fair territo...||fair|
|act as a strikebreaker, cheater; strikebreaker, disease of farm animals, disease of oilseed rape, gambler who cheats, potato disease, scab, somebody who works during strike||blackleg|
|act as substitute, one who comes to change the place of a permanent worker that has left temporarily||stand in|
|act of leaving as protest, employee strike, worker strike; leaving out of protest||walkout|
|actor, experienced actor; loyal member, loyal worker, member of a troupe, somebody reliable and dedicated, veteran theatrical performer||trouper|
|add layer to tire, refurbish a tire by bonding new rubber to its surface, retrained worker, returning worker, tire with new tread||retread|
|administrator in court of law, bureaucrat, minor office worker; recorder, book-keeper; salesperson; member of the clergy, cleric, court legal adviser, general office worker, government worker who keeps records, law clerk, lawyer who works for judge, sc...||clerk|
|adult male human, adult male human; human being, person; human race, mankind; husband, boyfriend (Informal); game piece used in board games like checkers or chess, authority figure, be ready for action, employee or worker, husband or man companion, int...||man|
|adventive, chance or unpremeditated, comfortable, indifferent, known only slightly, lenient, nonchalant, not formal, occasional or temporary, random, accidental; superficial; temporary; informal, soldier on temporary assignment, temporary worker, tempo...||casual|
|agricultural land and buildings, area of land for raising crops and animals, farm buildings, farm out, land used by industry, place producing particular animals or crops, rear something commercially, use land for agriculture, work as a farmer, cultivat...||farm|
|agricultural tool consisting of a curved blade attached to a short handle (used to cut grass, wheat, etc.), blades of farm implement, cut something with sickle, deform red blood cell, hook, tool for cutting grass||sickle|
|agricultural tool with spikes or disks for breaking up and leveling plowed ground earth, break up and level plowed ground by means of a harrow; bother, harass, break up land, farm machine for breaking up soil, harry||harrow|
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