English to Welsh Meaning :: scythe

Scythe :
phladur
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Noun(1) an edge tool for cutting grass; has a long handle that must be held with both hands and a curved blade that moves parallel to the ground
Verb(1) cut with a scythe

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(1) Further up on the gable's crest are Vices and Death with a scythe at the very top.(2) She prattles on a mile per breathless minute, wields her parasol like a reaper's scythe , flutters the long lashes curtaining her sapphire eyes, and emerges as utterly charming.(3) Her knives were twice a long as a scythe set straight upon the handle.(4) Climbing on the roof, Gawain suddenly heard a violent noise, clattering off the cliff like a grindstone on a scythe .(5) But the small party does not manage to remain separate, for it meets a masqued procession featuring Winged Time, his scythe and hourglass.(6) the first job was to scythe paths through the nettles(7) The former has the classically draped general rising from his sarcophagus, while around him the pyramid of Eternity crumbles and the figure of Time breaks his scythe .(8) you may want hardy infantry troops to scythe down the opposition(9) He also often bears a scythe or sickle in his arms, reflecting that Time's eroding force cuts down everything.(10) attacking players can scythe through defences(11) The angel of death still appears at the entryway, waves his scythe , and off we go to who knows where.(12) What belongs to time is owned by time, subject to the Fates; what is born in time ends by time's scythe .(13) attacking players can scythe through defenses(14) Instead, save the scythe for the kitschy styling, indolent performances, and hokey gags.(15) Pesticides, similarly, were unknown: docks, nettles and thistles were scythed away by hand just as they came into seed.(16) They went down like scythed wheat as their quarry turned upon them.
Synonyms
M
1. sickle ::
cryman
2. scythe ::
phladur
Different Forms
scythe, scythed, scythes, scything
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Drop the scythe, boys!

Drop the SCYTHE, boys!

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 9


If the climbers get too high,
drop the scythe on them.

If the climbers get too high, drop the SCYTHE on them.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 9


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