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hay

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Crops
hayhay /heΙͺ/ ●●○ noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 TAClong grass that has been cut and dried, used as food for cattle2 β†’ make hay (while the sun shines)3 β†’ hit the hay β†’ a roll in the hay at roll2(10)
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hayβ€’ Ranchers, who have been hurting from low calf prices for years, are reluctant to buy hay.β€’ a bale of hayβ€’ Lying around on bales of hay were about a dozen Commandos.β€’ It is considerably higher in protein, calcium, and vitamins, than any other hay.β€’ Jack saw the cat first, yellowish orange and brown and curled up on some hay, and quiet.β€’ There was a barn at the far end of the hay meadow, away from the house and the other barns.β€’ He loves the odors of the animals, the odor of the hay, new cut and drying.
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