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block, noun

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EnglishShow more Special sense of general English block a large sub-division of land.
A large area of agricultural land consisting of a number of farms owned by one person or company, and forming a single unit.
1937 C. Birkby Zulu Journey 187He employs 18 farm managers to run 18 blocks of farms — some of them immense holdings — ranging from Basutoland to Portuguese East Africa.
1988 Personality 16 May 36Later he bought other farms, and eventually owned a block of 5 000 hectares, as well as other properties.
A large area of agricultural land consisting of a number of farms owned by one person or company, and forming a single unit.

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