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hoehoe /həʊ $ hoʊ/ noun [countable]  DLGa garden tool with a long handle, used for removing weeds (=unwanted plants) from the surface of the soilhoe verb [intransitive, transitive]
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hoeWe found him in a field with a hoe.He'd poked at the soil with a hoe to give it a fresh look.Their time is constantly spent in tilling the soil, manuring it with ashes, raking and hoeing it with wooden hoes.He's saving three pounds a week and putting it in the post office at hoe.Graham Booth is using a 12-row Garford hoe.You run in the compound, your grub hoe held at port arms.The cattle are not used for draught purposes, since the fields are tilled with the hoe.The hoes and rakes are still there, leaning against the wall, useless.
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