mow the lawn

Definition of mow the lawn

  1. :  to cut the grass on a lawn with a lawn mower

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  a piled-up stack (as of hay or fodder)

    :  a pile of hay or grain in a barn

    :  the part of a barn where hay or straw is stored

  1. :  to cut down with a scythe or sickle or machine

    :  to cut the standing herbage (as grass) of

    :  to kill or destroy in great numbers or mercilessly

  1. :  grimace

  1. :  to make grimaces

  1. :  an open space between woods :  glade

    :  ground (as around a house or in a garden or park) that is covered with grass and is kept mowed

    :  a relatively even layer of bacteria covering the surface of a culture medium

  1. :  a fine sheer linen or cotton fabric of plain weave that is thinner than cambric

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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