- wind|row «WIHND ROH», noun, verb.–n.1. a row of hay raked together to dry before being made into cocks or heaps.2. any similar row, as of sheaves of grain, made for the purpose of drying, or a row of dry leaves, dust, or brush, swept together by the wind or the like.3. a deep furrow for planting, especially one in which cut sugar-cane stalks are put and covered with earth.–v.t.to arrange in a windrow or windrows; bring together in long rows.–wind´row´er, noun.
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wind´row´er — wind|row «WIHND ROH», noun, verb. –n. 1. a row of hay raked together to dry before being made into cocks or heaps. 2. any similar row, as of sheaves of grain, made for the purpose of drying, or a row of dry leaves, dust, or brush, swept together… … Useful english dictionary
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