sward

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English - Turkish
çim
çimen
{i} çimenlik
çimenle kaplamak veya kaplanmak
green sward
yeşil çimen
swarded
{s} çim
swarded
{s} çim kaplı
English - English
An expanse of land covered in grass; a lawn or meadow

Only where George stood was there left a sward as of yore; the great, level, green lawn that served for both the Major's house and his daughter's.

A layer of earth into which grass has grown; turf; sod
{n} the surface of the ground, the skin of bacon
The field of play in Gaufqwi
an area of land covered with grass
1 A grassy surface of a lawn, pasture or playing field, not necessarily a pure stand 2 A grassed area composed of short grasses giving a continuous cover, with no trees or shrubs present
Skin; covering
The total surface content of a grassed area, including grasses, bare areas, weeds, pests and disease content Often synonymously referred to as turf or turf sward
A population of herbaceous plants, characterized by a relatively short habit of growth and relatively continuous ground cover, including both above and below-ground parts (Hodgson, 1979)
The grassy surface of land; that part of the soil which is filled with the roots of grass; turf
An expanse covered with grass
- Above ground components of grassland vegetation comprising grasses and HERBS
To produce sward upon; to cover, or be covered, with sward
surface layer of ground containing a matt of grass and grass roots
swart
swarded
Covered with sward
swards
plural of sward
sward
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