Definition of 'free-range'
Example sentences containing 'free-range'
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Surveys show that people buy free-range eggs because they care about animal welfare. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The yolks come from free-range hens, too. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Under emergency guidance issued last month, all free-range hens providing eggs or meat must be housed indoors. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Our main courses of roast lamb with aubergine and free-range chicken pie went down well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She said the best outcome would be for all farmers to move to well managed free-range systems. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The farm also produces free-range bronze turkeys. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They have free-range organic eggs. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Such has been the success of campaigns to persuade us to pay more for free-range eggs that they now account for almost half of all sold. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A chicken is free-range again after she was given 600 leg surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In fact it's hard to think of a single belief or culture that would find the plucking and hanging of a free-range bird offensive in any way. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'free-range'
British English: free-range ADJECTIVE
Free-range means relating to a system of keeping animals in which they can move and feed freely on an area of open ground.
- American English: free-range
- Brazilian Portuguese: de criação livre
- Chinese: 放养的动物
- European Spanish: de granja
- French: de poule élevée en plein air
- German: aus Freilandhaltung
- Italian: di gallina ruspanteuova
- Japanese: 放し飼いの
- Korean: 방목의
- European Portuguese: de criação livre
- Spanish: de granja
Definition of free-range from the Collins English Dictionary
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