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Japanese translation of “hoe”

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hoe

noun
 
/həʊ/
a garden tool with a long handle used for removing weeds (= plants you do not want)
くわ(ガーデニング・農業の道具)
Translations of “hoe”
in Korean 괭이…
in Arabic مِعول, مَجرَفة…
in French binette…
in Italian zappa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋤頭…
in Russian тяпка…
in Turkish çapa…
in Polish motyka…
in Spanish azada, azadón…
in Portuguese enxada…
in German die Hacke…
in Catalan aixada…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锄头…
(Definition of hoe from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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