dibber

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dib·ber

 (dĭb′ər)
n.
A dibble.

[Alteration of dibble.]

dibber

(ˈdɪbə)
n
(Horticulture) Brit See dibble11

dibber


Past participle: dibbered
Gerund: dibbering

Imperative
dibber
dibber
Present
I dibber
you dibber
he/she/it dibbers
we dibber
you dibber
they dibber
Preterite
I dibbered
you dibbered
he/she/it dibbered
we dibbered
you dibbered
they dibbered
Present Continuous
I am dibbering
you are dibbering
he/she/it is dibbering
we are dibbering
you are dibbering
they are dibbering
Present Perfect
I have dibbered
you have dibbered
he/she/it has dibbered
we have dibbered
you have dibbered
they have dibbered
Past Continuous
I was dibbering
you were dibbering
he/she/it was dibbering
we were dibbering
you were dibbering
they were dibbering
Past Perfect
I had dibbered
you had dibbered
he/she/it had dibbered
we had dibbered
you had dibbered
they had dibbered
Future
I will dibber
you will dibber
he/she/it will dibber
we will dibber
you will dibber
they will dibber
Future Perfect
I will have dibbered
you will have dibbered
he/she/it will have dibbered
we will have dibbered
you will have dibbered
they will have dibbered
Future Continuous
I will be dibbering
you will be dibbering
he/she/it will be dibbering
we will be dibbering
you will be dibbering
they will be dibbering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dibbering
you have been dibbering
he/she/it has been dibbering
we have been dibbering
you have been dibbering
they have been dibbering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dibbering
you will have been dibbering
he/she/it will have been dibbering
we will have been dibbering
you will have been dibbering
they will have been dibbering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dibbering
you had been dibbering
he/she/it had been dibbering
we had been dibbering
you had been dibbering
they had been dibbering
Conditional
I would dibber
you would dibber
he/she/it would dibber
we would dibber
you would dibber
they would dibber
Past Conditional
I would have dibbered
you would have dibbered
he/she/it would have dibbered
we would have dibbered
you would have dibbered
they would have dibbered

dibber

A tool used to make small planting holes for seedlings, rooted cuttings, and young plants.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dibber - a wooden hand tool with a pointed enddibber - a wooden hand tool with a pointed end; used to make holes in the ground for planting seeds or bulbs
hand tool - a tool used with workers' hands
Translations

dibber

[ˈdɪbəʳ] N (Brit) → plantador m
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Dibbers for instance, the pointed implements for making holes in the ground so seeds, seedlings or small MORRIS bulbs can be planted were first recorded in Roman times and have remained mostly unchanged ever since.
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