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manure

noun [no plural]   /məˈnjʊər/
solid waste from animals that is used to make plants grow well abono, estiércol cow/horse manure
(Definition of manure from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

manure

noun /məˈnjuə/
a mixture containing animal dung, spread on soil to help produce better crops etc estiércol The farmer is putting manure on his fields.
(Definition of manure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “manure”
in Korean 거름…
in Arabic سِماد…
in Malaysian pupuk kandang…
in French fumier…
in Russian навоз…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糞肥(尤指馬糞)…
in Italian concime, letame…
in Turkish hayvan gübresi, tabiî gübre…
in Polish obornik…
in Vietnamese phân bón…
in Portuguese esterco…
in Thai ปุ๋ยธรรมชาติ…
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)…
in Indonesian pupuk kandang…
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