Meaning of WINDROW in English

WINDROW

[wind.row] n (ca. 1534) 1 a: a row of hay raked up to dry before being baled or stored b: a similar row of cut vegetation (as grain) for drying

2: a row heaped up by or as if by the wind 3 a: a long low ridge of road-making material scraped to the side of a road b: bank, ridge, heap

[2]windrow vt (1729): to form (as hay) into a windrow

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