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till in Trade topic

tilltill3 verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 TACto prepare land for growing crops syn cultivatetill the soil/land/fields etc→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
tillThe Democrats have also tilled the Gallo fortune.The townspeople tilled the soil and produced most everything they ate.Aid, given on condition that it is spent on genuine development, can till the soil for home-grown growth.The cattle are not used for draught purposes, since the fields are tilled with the hoe.till the soil/land/fields etcThen he went back to tilling the land.I used to work for my Uncle Demba cultivating rice, tilling the soil and sowing rice seeds.The subjugated population of Messenia tilled the land as serfs, helots.Aid, given on condition that it is spent on genuine development, can till the soil for home-grown growth.Their time is constantly spent in tilling the soil, manuring it with ashes, raking and hoeing it with wooden hoes.And then, if you made it, off you went to till the fields or whatever.On Andean haciendas, it matters little to the man who tills the land whether the product increases.In agricultural societies, men tilled the land while women tended home and children.