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Translation of "hay" - English-Spanish dictionary

hay

noun [no plural]   /heɪ/
dried grass for animals to eat heno
(Definition of hay from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hay

noun /hei/
grass, cut and dried, used as food for cattle etc. heno
hay-fever noun
(medical ) an illness like a bad cold, caused by the pollen of flowers etc fiebre del heno She suffers from hay-fever.
hayrick /-rik/ noun ( also hay-stack)
hay built up into a large pile. almiar
haywire adjective
in a state of disorder; crazy en desorden, loco Our computer has gone haywire.
(Definition of hay from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hay”
in Korean 건초…
in Arabic تِبْن, قَشّ…
in Malaysian rumput kering…
in French foin…
in Russian сено…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用作飼料或覆蓋物的)乾草…
in Italian fieno…
in Turkish saman, kuru ot…
in Polish siano…
in Vietnamese cỏ khô…
in Portuguese feno…
in Thai หญ้าแห้ง…
in German das Heu…
in Catalan fenc…
in Japanese 干し草…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用作饲料或覆盖物的)干草…
in Indonesian rumput kering…
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