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ted

transitive verb \ˈted\
ted·dedted·ding

Definition of TED

:  to spread or turn from the swath and scatter (as new-mown grass) for drying

Origin of TED

Middle English tedden, from Old English *teddan; akin to Middle Dutch tedden to ted, Old Norse tethja to manure, tath spread dung, Old High German zetten to spread
First Known Use: 13th century

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