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hedge US English

A fence or boundary formed by closely growing bushes or shrubs

hedge fund US English

A limited partnership of investors that uses high risk methods, such as investing with borrowed money, in hopes of realizing large capital gains

hedge-laying US English

The process of making or maintaining a hedge by weaving partly cut branches through the upright stems of a row of shrubs

hedge trimmer US English

An electric tool resembling a chainsaw used for cutting back bushes, shrubs, and hedges

hedge one's bets in hedge US English

Avoid committing oneself when faced with a difficult choice

hedge one's bets US English

Avoid committing oneself when faced with a difficult choice

Jack-by-the-hedge US English

A white-flowered European plant of the cabbage family, which grows typically in hedgerows and has leaves that smell of garlic when crushed

hedgehop US English

Fly an aircraft at a very low altitude

bindweed US English

A twining plant with trumpet-shaped flowers. Several kinds are invasive weeds

mustard US English

Used in names of related plants, only some of which are used to produce mustard for the table, e.g., hedge mustard

hedge mustard in mustard US English

Used in names of related plants, only some of which are used to produce mustard for the table, e.g., hedge mustard

hedge bindweed in bindweed US English

A twining plant with trumpet-shaped flowers. Several kinds are invasive weeds

hedge US Thesaurus

high hedges

hedge English-Spanish

seto m (verde or vivo)

hedge fund English-Spanish

fondo m de inversión libre, hedge fund m

hedge fund Spanish-English

hedge fund

hedge in English-Spanish

cercar*con seto

hedge about English-Spanish

estar* erizado

a hedge against sth English-Spanish

una salvaguardia

you look as if you've been dragged through a hedge backwards in hedge English-Spanish

¡qué pinta(s) traes!, parece que vinieras de la guerra