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Translation of "hay" - English-French dictionary

hay

noun /hei/
grass, cut and dried, used as food for cattle etc. foin
hay-fever noun
an illness like a bad cold, caused by the pollen of flowers etc. rhume des foins
hayrick /-rik/ nouns ( also hay-stack)
hay built up into a large pile. meule de foin
haywire adjective
in a state of disorder; crazy détraqué Our computer has gone haywire.
Translations of “hay”
in Arabic تِبْن, قَشّ…
in Korean 건초…
in Malaysian rumput kering…
in Turkish saman, kuru ot…
in Italian fieno…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用作飼料或覆蓋物的)乾草…
in Russian сено…
in Polish siano…
in Vietnamese cỏ khô…
in Spanish heno…
in Portuguese feno…
in Thai หญ้าแห้ง…
in German das Heu…
in Catalan fenc…
in Japanese 干し草…
in Indonesian rumput kering…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用作饲料或覆盖物的)干草…
(Definition of hay from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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