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weed in Gardening topic

weedweed2 verb [intransitive, transitive]  DLGto remove unwanted plants from a garden or other placeweeding noun [uncountable] weed somebody/something ↔ out→ See Verb table
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weedIn particular, men assist more with ploughing as well as with sowing, weeding and harvesting.Among those prickly areas: the use of technology and the process for weeding books and periodicals from the system.Suburban communities swiftly expel sleazy politicians and weed out corrupt practices.The turnover of wild individuals in an established population is a drastic weeding out of animals that are either unfit or unlucky.Deceased family and friends are honored as their graves are cleaned, weeded, refurbished and painted by family and friends.The idea is that recruits from the towns will weed the crops.The women polish the furniture, scrub the kitchen and weed the flowerbeds while Mrs McCormick is gone.