threshing machine


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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
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threshing machine

threshing machine

[ˈθrɛʃɪŋməˌʃiːn] ntrebbiatrice f, trebbia
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