Jaja pod kvočkom.
ETYM Old Eng. hacche, AS. haec, cf. haca the bar of a door, Dutch hek gate, Swed. häck coop, rack, Dan. hekke manger, rack. Prob. akin to Eng. hook, and first used of something made of pieces fastened together. Related to Heck, Hack a frame.
1. A covering for a hatchway.
2. Shading consisting of multiple crossing lines; SYN. hatching, crosshatch, hachure.
3. The production of young from an egg; SYN. hatching.
ETYM Latin plantatio: cf. French plantation.
An estate where cash crops are grown on a large scale (especially in tropical areas).
Large farm or estate where commercial production of one crop —such as rubber (in Malaysia), palm oil (in Nigeria), or tea (in Sri Lanka)—is carried out. Plantations are usually owned by large companies, often multinational corporations, and run by an estate manager. Many plantations were established in countries under colonial rule, using slave labor.