- v1. To have another person do (smth) for you; send away to be done.
Our teacher had too many test papers to read, so she farmed out half of them to a friend.2. To send away to be taken care of.
While Mother was sick, the children were farmed out to relatives.3. To send a player to a league where the quality of play is lower.
The player was farmed out to Rochester to gain experience.
Словарь американских идиом. — СПб., Изд-во "Лань". Оригинал: A.Маккей, М.Т.Боткер, Дж.И.Гейтс. 1997.
Look at other dictionaries:
Farm Out — Студийный альбом Rednex … Википедия
farm out to — farm out (something) (to (someone)) to give work or responsibilities to other people. Magazines often farm out articles to freelance writers. If you can t finish the reports by next week, you should farm them out … New idioms dictionary
farm out to — farm out (someone) (to (someone)) to give someone to someone else who will take care of them. She farmed out her children to her brother for two weeks … New idioms dictionary
farm out — verb 1. arranged for contracted work to be done by others (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑subcontract, ↑job • Derivationally related forms: ↑job (for: ↑job), ↑subcontract ( … Useful english dictionary
farm out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms farm out : present tense I/you/we/they farm out he/she/it farms out present participle farming out past tense farmed out past participle farmed out 1) to send part of your work to be done by people outside a… … English dictionary
Farm Out — Infobox Album Name = Farm Out Type = studio Artist = Rednex Released = 2000 Recorded = Pre 2000 Genre = Techno Country, Eurodance Length = Label = Jive Records Producer = Pat Reiniz, Janne Ericsson, Anders Hansson, Denniz Pop, Max Martin, David… … Wikipedia
farm out — PHRASAL VERB If you say that someone farms out work, especially work that you would normally expect them to do themselves, you mean that they give it to other people to do. [V n P to n] The move is consistent with a trend for corporate legal… … English dictionary
farm out (to) — Subcontract; delegate. ► “As large corporations cut costs and focus on CORE BUSINESSES, they increasingly farm out data processing, software development and telecommunications.” (Forbes, March 27, 1995, p. 138) … American business jargon
farm out — Synonyms and related words: charter, farm, hire, hire out, job, lease, lease out, lease back, lease lend, lend lease, let, let off, let out, rent, rent out, sublease, sublet, underlet … Moby Thesaurus
farm out — v. (B) the work was farmed out to several associates * * * [ fɑːm aʊt] (B) the work was farm outed out to several associates … Combinatory dictionary
farm out — To let for a term at a stated rental. To turn over for performance or care. To exhaust farm land by continuous raising of single crop. Among the Romans the collection of revenue was farmed out, and the same system existed in France before the… … Black's law dictionary