לָדוּשׁ, לַחֲבוֹט שִׁבֳלִים
Verb(1) move or stir about violently(2) move like a flail; thresh about(3) beat the seeds out of a grain(4) give a thrashing to; beat hard
(1) Mrs. Steavens recalls Antonia helping Ambrosch thresh wheat in the fields yet again, and herding the cattle.(2) Yields for dryland crops will be low, making it difficult to keep enough material flowing into the combine to effectively thresh the crop without excessive damage to kernels and beans.(3) As in any year, the combine should be properly set to gather, thresh , and separate all the beans from the plants to minimize losses and damage.(4) machinery that can reap and thresh corn in the same process(5) Jefferson was thus able to thresh the wheat from one field, then have the threshing machine follow the harvesters to the granary in the next field.(6) The meadows and crops of corn fell to his mow bar and in the back end he came along with the Garvey Threshing mill to thresh the oats.(7) The hired girls especially identify with the plough; they all had to help their families with the farms: herding cattle, growing crops, and threshing wheat.(8) In Torajaland in Indonesia I bought a carving of a woman threshing rice, a miniature replica of a life-sized death effigy.(9) And on Sunday nine old-style threshing mills were at work, threshing oats grown on the farm of Philip and Ann Whitford.(10) It would appear that field crops were threshed and sieved in other locations, perhaps in the vicinity of nearby farmhouses, in the fields, or on threshing floors around the perimeter of the site.(11) On several occasions I passed men on horse-drawn buggies and women threshing wheat by hand.(12) When grain is threshed the seeds are separated from the husk and the rest of the ear.(13) Farmers in developing nations use roads for drying and threshing grain as well as for transportation.(14) Prior to the 1790s farmers in Europe and America threshed their wheat much the same as their predecessors had done since Biblical times.(15) It stripped the grain from the stalks and threshed them to separate the grain from the ears.(16) The bread from the first piles of newly threshed grain is known as basik.
(1) thresh about :: לדוש על
1. thrash ::
2. thresh about ::
3. flail ::
4. lam ::
Different Formsthresh, threshed, thresher, threshers, threshes, threshing
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