disc harrow
n.

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  • disc harrow — noun a harrow with a series of disks set on edge at an angle • Syn: ↑disk harrow • Hypernyms: ↑harrow * * * noun : a harrow that breaks up plowed or rough land by means of discs arranged at an angle with the line of draft * * * disc harrow or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • disc harrow — n. harrow supplied with a number of sharp metal disks on edge at an angle on one or more axles …   English contemporary dictionary

  • disc harrow — noun a harrow with cutting edges consisting of a row of concave discs set at an oblique angle …   English new terms dictionary

  • disc harrow — /ˈdɪsk hæroʊ/ (say disk haroh) noun → disc plough …   Australian English dictionary

  • double-disc harrow — noun Etymology: double disc from double (I) + disk, n. : a harrow with two sets of discs so arranged that one set throws soil outward and the other throws it inward called also double action harrow …   Useful english dictionary

  • disc plough — disc harrow or disc plough noun A harrow or plough in which the soil is cut by inclined discs • • • Main Entry: ↑disc * * * disc plough, Especially British. = disk plow. (Cf. ↑disk plow) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Harrow (tool) — In agriculture, a set of harrows is an implement for cultivating the surface of the soil. In this way it is distinct in its effect from the plough, which is used for deeper cultivation. They are commonly called harrows (plural) as they are used… …   Wikipedia

  • disc — n. (also disk esp. US and in sense 4) 1 a a flat thin circular object. b a round flat or apparently flat surface (the sun s disc). c a mark of this shape. 2 a layer of cartilage between vertebrae. 3 a gramophone record. 4 a (usu. disk; in full… …   Useful english dictionary

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