threshing machine


Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

thresh·ing machine

(thrĕsh′ĭng)
n.
A farm machine used for separating grain or seeds from straw.

threshing machine

n
(Agriculture) a machine for threshing crops

thresh′ing machine`


n.
a machine for removing grains and seeds from straw and chaff.
[1765–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.threshing machine - a farm machine for separating seeds or grain from the husks and strawthreshing machine - a farm machine for separating seeds or grain from the husks and straw
farm machine - a machine used in farming
Translations

threshing machine

threshing machine

[ˈθrɛʃɪŋməˌʃiːn] ntrebbiatrice f, trebbia
References in classic literature ?
His right arm, from the elbow down, looked as though it had gone through a threshing machine, what of the ravage wrought by claws and fangs.
There is not a modern plow in the islands or a threshing machine.
A nearby sign said it was made by the Case Threshing Machine Co.
During his visit to the pub, the Prince also got to see vintage cars and tractors, a threshing machine and local rope-makers spinning their creations.
26 27 A Threshing Machine B Combine Harvester C Muck Spreader D Grain Elevator QUESTION 3 - for 3 points: What is a joule?
A Battle of Waterloo B Black Death C Gunpowder Plot D Great Fire of London A Threshing Machine B Combine Harvester C Muck Spreader D Grain Elevator QUESTION 3 - for 3 points: What is a joule?
But Munster resemble a threshing machine when they generate a head of steam and will attempt to play on Ospreys' Achilles heel, the scrum, and launch driving line-outs.
As long as it involves a baseball bat, threshing machine, electrodes and 15,000 volts, I'll leave the details to you, Bradders.
Most farmers will tell you that cooperation is crucial to keeping a farm running like a well-oiled threshing machine.
Loading hay on to a cart at Pant y Carw, LLANFAIRTH Girl on an old-fashioned threshing machine at Felin Pandy At Felin Pandy, Pont-Y-Gwyddel.
With a bumper crop in sight, a threshing machine had to be made ready for both rye and wheat.