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Farmland isn’t just part of Britain’s countryside; it is the countryside, covering nearly three quarters of the entire British Isles. The British Farmland is essentially a non-natural environment that has been deliberately cleared to make way for agriculture. The resulting patchwork of fields has been managed by tilling and ploughing, grazing, sowing and harvesting since the stone age. Despite being heavily managed, it's still an important wildlife and plant habitat, particularly along its margins which are less worked.
Priča je o životinjama koje tamo žive. To jeste poljoprivredno zemljište, ali nekako mi taj prevod ne ide u kontekstu "wildlife"
We have a different understanding of the ST, It makes far more sense to me to see "farmland" in the meaning of "a rural area where farming is practiced" even in he ST. For example. "non-natural environment that has been deliberately cleared" would apply to "farming areas" not to the soil/ground? Same for "Despite being heavily managed" - that would more apply to an area of countryside?
da postoji bolja varijanta u kontekstu rečenice koju ste naveli (Join Alan on a journey through Britain’s farmland) jer farmland ima više značenja u zavisnosti od konteksta: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/farmland 1. farmland - a rural area where farming is practiced
farming area rural area, country - an area outside of cities and towns; "his poetry celebrated the slower pace of life in the country 2. farmland - arable land that is worked by plowing and sowing and raising crops
cultivated land, ploughland, plowland, tillage, tilled land, tilth
U vašoj rečenici bih se odlučila za značenje navedeno pod 1 (i to za značenje koje je podvučeno).
U navedenom kontekstu (predmet ovog KudoZ pitanja) je očigledno u pitanju značenje pod 2 kao što sam već navela u odgovoru i objasnila u odgovoru na vaš "peer comment", pogotovo što se u istoj rečenici pojavljuje i pojam "countryside", kao što je kolega Miljković lepo primetio.
Farmland isn’t just part of Britain’s countryside; it is the countryside, covering nearly three quarters of the entire British Isles. Join Alan on a journey through Britain’s farmland, as he discovers how wild creatures can find a place to live in our fields, meadows and hedgerows. Discover how bumblebees are the key to producing the perfect tomato, why some Scottish sheep prefer seaweed, and meet the fastest creature on the planet – all living in our green and pleasant land.
Join Alan on a journey through Britain’s farmland
pridružite se Alanu na proputovanju kroz obradivu zemlju Britanije?