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manure

noun [U] uk   /məˈnjʊər/ us    /-ˈnʊr/
solid waste from animals, especially horses, that is spread on the land in order to make plants grow well
Translations of “manure”
in Korean 거름…
in Arabic سِماد…
in French fumier…
in Turkish hayvan gübresi, tabiî gübre…
in Italian concime, letame…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糞肥(尤指馬糞)…
in Russian навоз…
in Polish obornik…
in Spanish estiércol…
in Portuguese esterco…
in German der Dünger…
in Catalan fems…
in Japanese (牛などのふんでできた)肥やし…
in Chinese (Simplified) 粪肥(尤指马粪)…
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