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bale

verb [T]
 
 
/beɪl/
to tie up something tightly into bales: The hay must be baled, and stacked as quickly as possible.
Translations of “bale”
in Vietnamese đóng thành kiện…
in Spanish baldear…
in Thai วิดน้ำ…
in Malaysian menimba air keluar…
in French écoper…
in German ausschöpfen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 除去水, (從船中)往外舀水…
in Indonesian menguras…
in Chinese (Simplified) 除去水, (从船中)往外舀水…
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