耙 (Chinese PinYin: [bà]; traditional Chinese:耙) may mean: (1) noun & verb. harrow; (2) noun. rake. It is a basic Chinese character and can combine with other characters to form various phrases and expressions such as 耙地 (pull a harrow over land), 耙齿 (harrow spikes), 拉耙 (draw a harrow).
1. How to pronounce 耙?
Chinese Pinyin: [bà]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 耙
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 耙
Fixed expression: 耙地 (pull a harrow over land), 耙齿 (harrow spikes),
Collocation: 拉耙 (draw a harrow), 耙平 (rake).
4. How to use 耙 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 耙.
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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