|Kelime||Tür||Anlam||Eş Anlam||Zıt Anlam||Sık Kullanılan|
|arable||Adjective||ekilebilir arazi, tarıma elverişli, sürülebilir, ekilebilir||cultivatable|
|Örnek Cümleler (10 sonuç bulundu)|
1 - If the global desertification process continues at its current rate, the world will lose much of its arable land to barren desert.
2 - The land lying at even a slight distance from the river is not arable, so the farming tribes cultivated only the fields near its banks.
3 - In many developing economies, a large portion of the population lives in rural areas, and the amount of agricultural output per person is low, particularly in countries that have little unused arable land, such as in India.
4 - Erosion and deforestation threaten arable land and biodiversity.
5 - A changing climate and growing human population will continue to place enormous pressures on the world's arable lands, which will need to produce 70 percent more food by 2050.
6 - The most recent scientific reports on climate change warn that increasing drought in Africa is turning arable land to desert.
7 - According to the Chinese government, China needs a minimum of 120 million hectares of arable land to feed its people.
8 - Sitting on 60 percent of the world's uncultivated arable land, Africa is receiving the attention of investors looking to secure future supplies in the face of rising demand from a growing global population.
9 - Cuba nationalized most property after the 1959 revolution and the state owns more than 70 percent of the arable land on the Caribbean island.
10 - Poor in natural resources, prone to drought and with little arable land, the Cape Verde islands are heavily dependent on food imports, sometimes in the form of aid.
|... drought and with little||arable||land, the Cape Verde ...|
|... 70 percent of the||arable||land on the Caribbean ...|
|... of the world's uncultivated||arable||land, Africa is receiving ...|
|... 120 million hectares of||arable||land to feed its ...|
|... in Africa is turning||arable||land to desert. ...|
|... pressures on the world's||arable||lands, which will need ...|
|... Erosion and deforestation threaten||arable||land and biodiversity. ...|
|... that have little unused||arable||land, such as in ...|
|... the river is not||arable,||so the farming ...|
|... lose much of its||arable||land to barren desert. ...|