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French translation of “hay”

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.
(Definition of hay from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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