Noun(1) a cultivator that pulverizes or smooths the soil
Verb(1) draw a harrow over (land
(1) The adequate preparation is often achieved by ripping the land when the soil has good moisture, followed by chisel ploughing and the use of a fine harrow for fine seed preparation.(2) They should also be equipped with press wheels to produce good seed-to-soil contact and a harrow to scatter residue and help cover seed.(3) For this task, the farmer hitched the horse to a harrow which was dragged along the ground to break up the clods.(4) Stipends in kind were paid to 4 harrowers , 2 oxherds, a carter, cowman, gardener, beadle, and reeve.(5) This is one of the finest accounts of a Greek play I have seen, and Claire Higgins's harrowingly passionate performance is great.(6) Well I suppose at once extremely harrowing to give the evidence but in many ways extremely cathartic to do so.(7) Chekhov's short story ├ö├ç├┐Peasants' harrowingly captures the nastiness, brutishness and shortness of life in a village of the time.(8) The field is harrowed to kill the weeds which have already sprouted, then the corn will emerge soon afterwards.(9) The new site will not be ready for about two weeks after they move off, and whilst it will be ploughed and harrowed it will still need cultivating.(10) I mostly watched it through my fingers, as it's one of the most harrowing films I've ever seen.(11) The rapes of Boudica and her daughters by the Roman invaders are harrowingly shown.(12) The equipment chain of it consists of two plate millers, two scale plate ridgers, 1-2 multiharvest harrowers and a multiharvest loader, and 2-3 combination trailers.(13) As harrowing as this discovery was, Byrne took some comfort in it since it offered an explanation for Alice's mental problems.(14) The reports he made from the prison visits are harrowing .(15) I saw where the atomic bomb exploded: it's harrowing , imagining what people went through.(16) She did not seem to flinch from the subject, though she portrayed it harrowingly .
(1) disc harrow :: ディスクハロー
1. distress ::
2. trouble ::
3. bother ::
4. afflict ::
5. grieve ::
6. torment ::
7. disturb ::
8. pain ::
9. hurt ::
10. mortify ::
Different Formsharrow, harrowed, harrowing, harrows
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