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Meaning of “scythe” - Learner’s Dictionary

scythe

noun [C]     /saɪð/
a tool with a long handle and a curved blade that is used to cut tall grass and cropsFarming - general wordsGardening toolsTools
Translations of “scythe”
in Spanish guadaña…
in Vietnamese cái liềm…
in Thai เคียว…
in Malaysian sabit…
in French faux…
in German die Sense…
in Indonesian sabit…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指割草用的)长柄大镰刀…
in Turkish tırpan…
in Russian коса…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指割草用的)長柄大鐮刀…
in Polish kosa…
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