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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbushelbush‧el /ˈbʊʃəl/ noun   hide your light under a bushel
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bushelThe surplus, as a result, has diminished to 6000 bushels.About 75 bushels of oysters, dredged from the Smith River, were supplied for the festival.Since last April the price of oilseed rape has dropped from $ 6 to $ 3 a bushel.For far too long you've been hiding your light under a bushel.Table 4-I is a hypothetical demand schedule for a single consumer who is purchasing bushels of corn.Light polishes itself under the bushel.Hide my light under the bushel.Dodd designed a factory with an integrated mill in which bushels of durum could be turned into pasta under one roof.
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