Meaning of SWATH in English

SWATH

n. (also swathe) (pl. swaths or swathes)

1. a ridge of grass or corn etc. lying after being cut.

2 a space left clear after the passage of a mower etc.

3 a broad strip.

Phrases and idioms:

cut a wide swath be effective in destruction.

Etymology: OE sw{aelig}th, swathu

Oxford English vocab.      Оксфордский английский словарь.