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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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cultivatorcul‧ti‧va‧tor /ˈkʌltəveɪtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 formalTAC someone who grows crops or plants, especially a farmer2 TACa tool or machine that is used to prepare land for growing crops
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cultivatorMr Burrows added cultivator tines to scratch the surface and provide an adequate tilth for the rapeseed.Most lived in rural areas, where they eked out meagre livings as cultivators.Many of these techniques of conservation have already been developed by cultivators and pastoralists themselves.Our farmers are excellent cultivators of the sweet potato.Nevertheless, cultivators and labourers were drawn from all castes, and there were few caste monopolies.Rotary cultivator A powered digger to break up ground.
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