Editor’s Note: In this new feature, Dragon Eagle will be posting Mandarin words and phrases daily, providing the pinyin, the part of speech, a definition and an example sentence. These lessons will be a great way to build basic conversational vocabulary. All definitions come from the Pleco Mandarin-English dictionary app.
从事畜牧 cóngshìxùmù (verb phrase)
Meaning: go in for animal husbandry
嗨，比尔，你有没有从事牧畜？Hey, Bill, do you go in for animal husbandry?
是的，大卫，我每天从事牧畜. Yes, Dave. I go in for animal husbandry every day.
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