Noun(1) partially carbonized vegetable matter saturated with water; can be used as a fuel when dried
(1) The largest frozen peat bog in the world, lying in western Siberia, is melting, according to Russian scientists.(2) peat cutting(3) The plant material, which forms deposits of peat locally, is likely the source of the phosphate.(4) Two rivers flowed between us and our destination, a miniature hut lost in an expanse of peat bog.(5) most of Lewis is acid peat bog(6) There is no air in a peat bog and, therefore, undrained peat is made up of 90% water.(7) At 350 hectares, Foulshaw Moss is one of the largest remaining areas of peat bog habitat in Britain.(8) It provides a good usable soil amendment for the garden and is certainly much less expensive than peat .(9) The route meanders up, over the rocks and then more peat bog.(10) The climate was temperate but windy, the terrain a mixture of downland, rocky hills and peat bogs.(11) A lot of East Anglia was covered in peat bog, until they decided to drain it.(12) Potting mixes containing peat seem to be particularly affected by fungus gnats.(13) Other garden peat can contain chemicals that can harm discus fish so just be careful.(14) It is believed to get its name from a long gone drainage channel which ran over a peat bog.(15) It may be desirable to amend the soil with sand or peat .(16) cuttings are rooted in a homemade mixture of equal parts peat and sand
(1) peat moss :: ピートモス
1. peat ::
2. sod ::
3. sward ::
Different Formspeat, peaty
English to Japanese Dictionary: peat
Meaning and definitions of peat, translation in Japanese language for peat with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of peat in Japanese and in English language.
Tags for the entry "peat"
What peat means in Japanese, peat meaning in Japanese, peat definition, examples and pronunciation of peat in Japanese language.