hoe Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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hoenoun [C]

uk   /həʊ/  us   /hoʊ/
a ​gardentool with a ​longhandle and a ​shortblade used to ​remove weeds and ​break up the ​surface of the ​ground
hoe
verb [I or T] uk   us   (hoeing, hoed, hoed)
They ​spent the ​afternoon hoeing (the ​vegetablepatch).
(Definition of hoe from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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hoenoun [C]

 us   /hoʊ/
a ​gardentool with a ​longhandle and a ​shortblade, used to ​remove weeds (= ​unwantedplants) and ​break up the ​surface of the ​ground
(Definition of hoe from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hoe”
in Korean 괭이…
in Arabic مِعول, مَجرَفة…
in Malaysian cangkul…
in French binette…
in Russian тяпка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋤頭…
in Italian zappa…
in Turkish çapa…
in Polish motyka…
in Spanish azada, azadón…
in Vietnamese cái cuốc…
in Portuguese enxada…
in Thai จอบ…
in German die Hacke…
in Catalan aixada…
in Japanese くわ(ガーデニング・農業の道具)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锄头…
in Indonesian pangkur, cangkul…
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