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To act according to, to conform to; usually construed with to

Faculty members and students alike were buzzing with the fashionable nostrums that dominated U.S. education discourse in the late sixties, These hewed to the recommendations of the Plowden Report,.

To shape; to form
To chop away at; to whittle down; to mow down

Among other things he found a sharp hunting knife, on the keen blade of which he immediately proceeded to cut his finger. Undaunted he continued his experiments, finding that he could hack and hew splinters of wood from the table and chairs with this new toy.

{f} cut off, cut down (as with an ax); shape by chopping; carve out; strike, cut
If you hew stone or wood, you cut it, for example with an axe. He felled, peeled and hewed his own timber. = chop
{v} to cut off chips and pieces, peck, hack, chop, fell, labor
To cut with an ax; to fell with a sharp instrument; often with down, or off
Hue; color
If something is hewn from stone or wood, it is cut from stone or wood. the rock from which the lower chambers and subterranean passageways have been hewn. medieval monasteries hewn out of the rockface. = cut see also rough-hewn. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. to cut something with a cutting tool
To form or shape with a sharp instrument; to cut; hence, to form laboriously; often with out; as, to hew out a sepulcher
strike with an axe; cut down, strike; "hew an oak"
The United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, which administers the OASDHI, Medicare, and Public Assistance programs (G)
Shape; form
The United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, which administers the OASDHI, Medicare, and Public Assistance programs
strike with an axe; cut down, strike; "hew an oak" make or shape as with an axe; "hew out a path in the rock
Destruction by cutting down
To cut in pieces; to chop; to hack
make or shape as with an axe; "hew out a path in the rock
= The United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, which administers the OASDHI, Medicare, and Public Assistance programs
To square logs with heavy cutting blows
to complain about
to act according to (usually followed by to)
make or shape as with an axe; "hew out a path in the rock"
Department of Health, Education and Welfare This was the department, the former home of FDA, was changed to become the Department of Health and Human Services
hue
hew down a tree
cut down a tree
hew one's way
make a way for oneself, force one's way through
hew out
make or shape as with an axe; "hew out a path in the rock"
hew out
cut out; bring into being with great effort and struggle
hewed
Past participle of hew
hewn
Of something that has been cut or mowed down
hewn
Past participle of hew
rough-hew
To cut or shape something roughly without finishing or tidying the surface

There's a divinity that shapes our ends, Rough-hew them how we will - Shakespeare - Hamlet.

hewing
present participle of hew
hewn
A method of shaping logs using hand tools instead of a mechanical device, such as a planer or a mill
hewn
Roughly dressed as with a hammer; as, hewn stone
hewn
Of something that has be cut or mowed down
hewn
Felled, cut, or shaped as with an ax; roughly squared; as, a house built of hewn logs
hewn
{s} cut down, cut off; roughly shaped, formed by hewing (as with an ax); carved out
hewn
cut down with an ax; "a hewn oak
hewn
Wood shaped by heavy cutting or chopping blows struck by hand tools such as axes or adzes
hewn
cut or shaped with hard blows of a heavy cutting instrument like an ax or chisel; "a house built of hewn logs"; "rough-hewn stone"; "a path hewn through the underbrush"
hewn
cut down with an ax; "a hewn oak"
hewn
Made or crafted by cutting, whittling down
hews
third-person singular of hew
rough-hew
hew roughly, without finishing the surface; "rough-hew stone or timber
hew

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    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    hyu

    Telaffuz

    /ˈhyo͞o/ /ˈhjuː/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hyü ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Middle English hewen, from Old English hēawan, from Proto-Germanic *hawwanan, from Proto-Indo-European *kehₐu- (“to strike, hew, forge”). Cognate with Scots hew, hewe, West Frisian houwe, Dutch houwen, German hauen, Swedish hugga, Icelandic höggva; and with Latin cūdō (“strike, beat, pound, forge”), Lithuanian káuti (“to beat, forge”). See also hoe.

    Zamanlar

    hews, hewing, hewed, hewn

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    hew out

    Günün kelimesi

    iatrogenic