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  • sharecrop — ☆ sharecrop [sher′kräp΄ ] vi., vt. sharecropped, sharecropping to work (land) for a share of the crop, esp. as a tenant farmer sharecropper n …   English World dictionary

  • sharecrop — verb To participate in a financial arrangement in which a tenant farmer pays for use of land with a share (part) of the crop raised on that land …   Wiktionary

  • sharecrop — verb Etymology: back formation from sharecropper Date: circa 1930 intransitive verb to farm as a sharecropper transitive verb to farm (land) or produce (a crop) as a sharecropper …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sharecrop — v. farm land as a sharecropper …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sharecrop — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ verb Etymology: back formation from sharecropper intransitive verb : to farm as a sharecropper transitive verb : to farm (land) or produce (a particular crop) as a sharecropper sharecro …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sharecropping — is a system of agriculture or agricultural production in which a landowner allows a tenant to use the land in return for a share of the crop produced on the land (e.g., 50 percent of the crop). This should not be confused with a crop fixed rent… …   Wikipedia

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  • List of English back-formations — Back formation refers to either the process of creating a new lexeme (less precisely, a new word ) by removing actual or supposed affixes, or to the neologism formed by such a process. Back formations are shortened words created from longer words …   Wikipedia

  • Japanese American — Japanese Americans 日系アメリカ人(日系米国人) Nikkei Americajin(Nikkei Beikokujin) …   Wikipedia

  • Japanese American history — Japanese people s migration to the Americas started with migration to Hawaii in the first year of the Meiji era in 1868. The total of the migrant population is about 1 million.About 750,000 people emigrated before World War II, and about 250,000… …   Wikipedia

  • farm — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. ranch, rancho, plantation, farmstead, grange. See abode. v. cultivate, till. See agriculture. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. plantation, ranch, homestead, field, grange, pasture, meadow, grassland, truck… …   English dictionary for students

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