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Translation of "mow" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

mow

verb [I or T]     /məʊ/ US  /moʊ/ (mowed, mown or mowed)
to cut plants, such as grass or wheat, which have long thin stems and grow close together 刈,割(草、穀類植物等) You can't mow the grass/lawn if it's wet. 草(坪)上有水時不能修剪。 I love the smell of new-mown hay. 我喜歡新割下的乾草的氣味。 Cutting and stabbingGardening - general words
Translations of “mow”
in Arabic يَجِزّ العُشْب…
in Korean 베다…
in Malaysian memotong rumput…
in French faucher, tondre…
in Turkish çim biçmek/kesmek…
in Italian tagliare (l’erba)…
in Russian косить…
in Polish kosić…
in Vietnamese cắt, gặt…
in Spanish segar, cortar…
in Portuguese cortar, ceifar…
in Thai ตัดหญ้า…
in German die Mähmaschine…
in Catalan tallar, segar…
in Japanese (草など)を(機械で)刈る…
in Indonesian memotong rumput…
in Chinese (Simplified) 刈,割(草、谷类植物等)…
(Definition of mow from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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