- countable or uncountable (ground)(turf)beneath the sod [literary]bajo (la) tierraExample sentences
- I chunked my stuff on the sod and lay down next to it.
- Heavy grazing the previous fall is essential to weaken and open up the sod when tillage or chemical control of the sod are not used.
- Put plastic runners on both sides of the trench to avoid damage to your lawn, one runner for the sod and the other runner for the dirt.
- Remove dead patches along with 3 to 4 inches of soil underneath; fill the hole with a fresh piece of sod, as shown above, or overseed.
- Then either seed, plant new plugs, or insert a fresh piece of sod cut to fit the damaged area.
- You can make an instant lawn of buffalo grass using sod, or for a fraction of the cost and a couple months of establishment time, use seed.
- (cover with turf)(American English)cubrir de céspedExample sentences
- After construction was completed, we installed the remaining plants and sodded the lawn.
- We planted and sodded the lawn and installed an irrigation system throughout.
- 1 (obnoxious person) [vulgar]he's a selfish/stupid sodcabrón, (-brona) (masculine, feminine) [vulgar]es un egoísta/imbécil de mierda [vulgar]
- 2 (fellow) [slang]I feel sorry for the poor sodyou lucky sod!me da lástima el pobre tipo or el pobre diablo [colloquial]¡qué potra tienes! [colloquial]¡qué suertudo eres! (Latin America) [colloquial]¡qué culo tenés! (River Plate area) [slang]
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