English version

thresh in Agriculture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthreshthresh /ΞΈreΚƒ/ verb [intransitive, transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TAto separate grains of corn, wheat etc from the rest of the plant by beating it with a special tool or machine β€”thresher noun [countable]β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
threshβ€’ It is then wise to thresh as soon as possible to avoid loss to rats and mice.β€’ He refused to help with the threshing because he thought the fork handle would stiffen his fingers.β€’ He worked as a waterman with a threshing crew.β€’ New inventions like the steam plow threshing machine, and reaper led to significant farm workforce reductions.β€’ Women do most of the crop farming, weeding, harvesting, threshing, storing crops and selling.β€’ Thrice happy Duck, employ'd in threshing Stubble!β€’ He kept making desperate swimming movements, feebly threshing the water trying to pull himself free.β€’ Still entwined, the puppets threshed violently against each other as if overcome with concupiscence.