bushel

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The iron lining in the nave of a wheel. In the United States it is called a box
A dry measure, containing four pecks, eight gallons (36.4 L), or thirty-two quarts

The quarter, bushel, and peck are nearly universal measures of corn.

A quantity that fills a bushel measure; as, a heap containing ten bushels of apples

In the United States a large number of articles, bought and sold by the bushel, are measured by weighing, the number of pounds that make a bushel being determined by State law or by local custom. For some articles, as apples, potatoes, etc., heaped measure is required in measuring a bushel.

A vessel of the capacity of a bushel, used in measuring; a bushel measure

And he sayde unto them: is the candle lighted, to be put under a busshell, or under the borde: ys it not therfore lighted that it shulde be put on a candelsticke?.

A large indefinite quantity
{n} a dry measure of four pecks, a strike
The iron lining in the nave of a wheel. [Eng.] In the United States it is called a box
a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 pecks
A British unit used to measure dry goods; equals 8 imperial gallons
Four pecks
The iron lining in the nave of a wheel
A measure of capacity (8 gallons) for produce
A bushel is a unit of volume that is used for measuring agricultural produce such as corn or beans. A bushel is equivalent in volume to eight gallons. hide your light under a bushel to not tell anyone that you are good at something (boissel)
Traditionally the dry measure of 8 imperial gallons, although the Scotch Whisky Association regard it as equivalent to 25 4 Kg See "Boll"
42 cubic inches a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 pecks
A large indefinite quantity. [Colloq.]
] In the United States it is called a box
[Eng
a basket large enough to hold a bushel a United States dry measure equal to 4 pecks or 2152
A dry measure, containing four pecks, eight gallons, or thirty-two quarts
To mend or repair, as men's garments; to repair garments
restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
a United States dry measure equal to 4 pecks or 2152 42 cubic inches
A unit of volume measure used as dry measure of grains and produce A bushel of wheat or soybeans weighs 60 pounds, a bushel of corn or milo weighs 56 pounds, and a bushel of sunflowers weighs 25 pounds
See 4th Bush
a unit of dry measure or capacity; equal to four pecks, 35 24 liters, or 2,150 42 cubic inches
a basket large enough to hold a bushel
{i} measure of capacity for grains or fruit
Category: Units of measure A dry measure, containing four pecks, eight gallons, or thirty-two quarts
In Canada and other Commonwealth countries, a bushel is a measure of grain, potatoes or other such foodstuffs equal to 8 imperial gallons or 36 4 litres Put another way, a bushel equals 60 pounds of potatoes The bushel was replaced by the hundredweightas the commonly accepted unit of measurement in agriculture (see hundredweight)
To measure other people's corn by one's own bushel To make oneself the standard of right and wrong; to appraise everything as it accords or disagrees with one's own habits of thought and preconceived opinions; to be extremely bigoted and self-opiniated Under a bushel Secretly; in order to hide it “Do men light a candle and put it under a bushel?”- Matt v 15
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bsh
bushel basket
A basket that is the right size to hold a bushel
bushel baskets
plural form of bushel basket
Winchester bushel
A measure of dry and liquid volume equal to 35.24 litres used in US and Canada. Originating in England and one of the units of Winchester measure. Abbreviated bu
hide one's light under a bushel
To conceal one's talents or positive qualities, especially due to modesty or shyness; to avoid attention

British soroptimists have hidden their light under a bushel: there's a feeling here that we shouldn't seek publicity because we'd be drawing attention to ourselves..

bushels
plural of bushel
bushel

    الواصلة

    Bush·el

    التركية النطق

    bûşıl

    النطق

    /ˈbo͝osʜəl/ /ˈbʊʃəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'bu-sh&l ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English busshel, from Old French boissel, from Old French boisse one sixth of a bushel, of Celtic origin; akin to Middle Irish boss breadth of the hand.

    الازمنة

    bushels, busheling, bushelled

    كلمة اليوم

    encomium
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