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hay
American English: /heɪ/
British English: /heɪ/

Translation of hay in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • to make hay (gain advantage) (American English)
    (lit)
    segar y secar el heno or los pastos
    make hay while the sun shines hit 1 1 1
    Example sentences
    • Here we plant a mixture of alfalfa and timothy, or alfalfa and orchard grass, as hay for horses or dairy cows.
    • By the time we headed back to the palace, we smelled of horse manure and hay, with hay and grass sticking out from our hair and clothes.
    • When a field gets too weedy, Fred will seed it in grasses and turn it into pasture or hay.

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