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sow

verb /səu/ ( past tense sowed, past participle sown, sowed)
to scatter over, or put in, the ground
sembrar
I sowed lettuce in this part of the garden.
to plant seed over
sembrar
This field has been sown with wheat.
to sow (not sew) seed.
Translations of “sow”
in Arabic يَبْذُر…
in Korean 씨를 뿌리다…
in Malaysian menyemai…
in French semer, ensemencer (en)…
in Turkish ekmek, tohum ekmek…
in Italian seminare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 種植, 播種,種…
in Russian сеять…
in Polish siać…
in Vietnamese gieo hạt, xạ, gieo rắc…
in Portuguese semear…
in Thai หว่าน, เพาะเมล็ดพันธุ์พืช…
in German säen, besäen…
in Catalan sembrar…
in Japanese (~に)種をまく…
in Indonesian menyebar, menanam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 种植, 播种,种…
(Definition of sow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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