耙地 (Chinese PinYin: [bà dì]; traditional Chinese: 耙地) may mean: (1) verb. pull a harrow over land; (2) verb. to harrow; (3) noun. harrowing. Literally: 耙 (to harrow) + 地 (land). It is an implement using a heavy frame set with teeth or tines that is dragged over plowed land to break up clods, remove weeds, and cover seed. The invention and use of the harrowing tools was first written in the Chinese agricultural text Qimin Yaoshu written by the Northern Wei Dynasty official Jia Sixie.
1. How to pronounce 耙地?
Chinese Pinyin: [bà dì]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 耙地
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 耙地
Fixed expression: 耙地机 (raker),
Collocation: 耙地工具 (harrowing tools)
4. How to use 耙地 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 耙地.
Translation: The ground must have been ploughed, and sowed, and harrowed, and reaped.
Translation: He is drawing a harrow over his land.
Translation: Harrowing is often done before planting crops.
Translation: The aim of harrowing is to break up clods, remove weeds, and cover seed.
Translation: In agriculture, harrowing can break up and smooth out the surface of the soil.
Translation: Harrowing removes small weeds in growing crops and to loosen the inter-row soils to allow for water to soak into the subsoil.
4.7 耙地可以让土地变得平整, 作为种植的苗床.
Translation: After harrowing, a smooth seedbed will be prepared for planting.
Translation: The invention and use of the harrowing tools was first written in the Chinese agricultural text Qimin Yaoshu written by the Northern Wei Dynasty official Jia Sixie.
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