farm out

  1. arranged for contracted work to be done by others
  2. grant the services of or the temporary use of, for a fee
    We rent out our apartment to tourists every year
    He hired himself out as a cook
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How To Use farm out In A Sentence

  • We're so busy that we have to farm out a lot of work.
  • Magazines often farm out articles to freelance journalists.
  • I live on a farm outside of Franklin, and I built a small studio, attached to my house, just for overdubs.
  • My mom once stole a sweet potato from her family's farm out of hunger, and her father locked her in the pigpen. Grace Li: Dear Mrs. Obama
  • Playboy also has a deal to farm out its noneditorial magazine operations to American Media Inc. Playboy Posts Wider Loss
  • The union last month said it planned to forcefully occupy the farm outside to protest the government's failure to implement a decision to expropriate land owners.
  • 'em, -- 'pothecary's shop with _true_ pill-boxes, "she went on, examining one delightful thing after another;" and here's a farm out of a box, and all the same funny old things -- trees with green shavings on them and fences with feet so they'll stand up, and here's the dear fam'ly, same size as the trees and the houses, of course, and -- oh! The Admiral's Caravan
  • We're so busy we have to farm out a lot of work.
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