swath

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull, a ship design philosophy for reducing pitching and rolling, and increase stability, in all sea states
A broad sweep or expanse

Five days after Hurricane Katrina, large swaths of New Orleans, such as Canal Street seen here, are still submerged in water.

The track cut out by a scythe in mowing
{n} a line of grass cut down, a fillet
the space created by the swing of a scythe or the cut of a mowing machine
A band or fillet; a swathe
Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull
a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)
A line of grass or grain cut and thrown together by the scythe in mowing or cradling
a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing) the space created by the swing of a scythe or the cut of a mowing machine
The whole sweep of a scythe, or the whole breadth from which grass or grain is cut by a scythe or a machine, in mowing or cradling; as, to cut a wide swath
{i} path made by a scythe or mower; strip of cut grain or grass left by a scythe or mowing machine; long and narrow strip
The area observed by a satellite as it orbits the Earth
A swath of data is all data received from a spacecraft on a single pass from acquisition of signal (AOS) to loss of signal (LOS)
cut a swath
Variant form of cut a wide swath
cut a wide swath
To clear a broad track through a grassland, woodland, geographical region, or other area, either by natural means or by human action

The twister cut a wide swath of destruction in Utica, a town of 2,000 people about 90 miles southwest of Chicago.

cut a wide swath
To behave in an expansive, flagrantly showy, or pushy manner, especially in public venues; to exert sweeping influence

With his signature red beret and class-based rhetoric, president Hugo Chavez has cut a wide swath through this oil-rich but impoverished nation.

swathe
Alternative spelling of swath
swathe
A bandage; a band
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To bind with a swathe, band, bandage, or rollers

The head was swathed in linen bands that had been white, but were now stained and discoloured with damp, but of this I shall not speak more, and beneath the chin-cloth the beard had once escaped.

swathe
{v} to bind fast with rollers or bands
cut a swath
(deyim) 1. Attract a lot of interest or attention.2. Cause a lot of destruction, death, or harm in a particular place

1. The two beautiful sisters cut a wide swath through our little town, and every male wanted to take them out. 2. The new game is unusually inventive and has cut a wide swath in the video game market. 3. Violent thunderstorms cut a swath of destruction through the area, blowing down trees and damaging houses.

cut a wide swath
(deyim) 1. Attract a lot of interest or attention.2. Cause a lot of destruction, death, or harm in a particular place

1. The two beautiful sisters cut a wide swath through our little town, and every male wanted to take them out. 2. The new game is unusually inventive and has cut a wide swath in the video game market. 3. Violent thunderstorms cut a swath of destruction through the area, blowing down trees and damaging houses.

A swath
swatch
swathe
The noun is also spelled swath
swathe
A swathe of land is a long strip of land. Year by year great swathes of this small nation's countryside disappear
swathe
A bandage; a band; a swath
swathe
an enveloping bandage
swathe
{f} wrap, envelop, enclose; bandage; wrap around
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A swathe of cloth is a long strip of cloth, especially one that is wrapped around someone or something. swathes of white silk
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To swathe someone or something in cloth means to wrap them in it completely. She swathed her enormous body in thin black fabrics His head was swathed in bandages made from a torn sheet. Variant of swath. to wrap or cover something in something
swathe
wrap in swaddling clothes; "swadddle the infant"
swathes
plural of swathe
swaths
plural of swath
swath

    التركية النطق

    swäth

    النطق

    /ˈswäᴛʜ/ /ˈswɑːθ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'swäth, 'swoth ] (noun.) 14th century. From Old English swæþ, swathu (“track, trace, scar”). other etymological information

    الازمنة

    swathing, swathed

    كلمة اليوم

    frowzy
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