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dibber

Line breaks: dib¦ber
Pronunciation: /ˈdɪbə
 
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Definition of dibber in English:

noun

British term for dibble.
Example sentences
  • When you put everything back in the shed, make sure there's a designated place for everything, so you don't waste time searching for plant labels, pencils and dibbers.
  • The museum is based around a restored Victorian farmhouse and they had loads of old tractors, steam engines, farm equipment, diggers, dibbers and all kinds of ancient agricultural implements on display.
  • Using a dibber or a child's thick pencil, carefully tease out the young plant from the seed tray and make a hole in the fresh compost deep enough to take the roots of the seedling.

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Pronunciation: dʒɔːnt
noun
a short excursion or journey made for pleasure