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Meaning of “scarecrow” - Learner’s Dictionary

scarecrow

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈskeəkrəʊ/
a model of a person that is put in a field to frighten birds and stop them from eating the plantsFarming - general words
Translations of “scarecrow”
in Korean 허수아비…
in Arabic فَزّاعة الحَقْل…
in Portuguese espantalho…
in Catalan espantaocells…
in Japanese かかし…
in Italian spaventapasseri…
in Chinese (Traditional) (豎在田裡嚇鳥的)稻草人…
in Russian пугало, чучело…
in Turkish bostan korkuluğu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (竖在田里吓鸟的)稻草人…
in Polish strach na wróble…
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