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unhusk

Line breaks: un¦husk
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhʌsk
 
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Definition of unhusk in English:

verb

[with object]
Remove a husk or shell from (a seed or fruit): (as adjective unhusked) unhusked rice
More example sentences
  • The country's production of unhusked rice, corn and soybean will likely slip this year due to a decrease in total crop areas as well as productivity, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics.
  • Makassar, South Sulawesi: Four million farmers in 23 regencies in South Sulawesi province are frustrated because at least half of the four tons of unhusked rice in the recent harvest remains unsold.
  • The price of unhusked rice dropped to around Rp 800 per kilogram recently, compared to the government's target of Rp 1,095 per kg.

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