Harrow

  • 1Harrow — may be:Objects: *Harrow (tool), an agricultural implement consisting of many spikes, tines or discs dragged across the soil *Spike harrow, an agricultural harrow consisting of a series of downward pointing spikesPlaces: * London Borough of Harrow …

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  • 2Harrow — puede hacer referencia a: el pueblo de Harrow, en Victoria (Australia); el municipio de Harrow, en el Gran Londres (Inglaterra); una serie de barrios en el municipio anterior: Harrow; Harrow on the Hill; North Harrow; West Harrow; Harrow Weald;… …

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  • 3Harrow — Har row (h[a^]r r[ o]), n. [OE. harowe, harwe, AS. hearge; cf. D. hark rake, G. harke, Icel. herfi harrow, Dan. harve, Sw. harf. [root]16.] 1. An implement of agriculture, usually formed of pieces of timber or metal crossing each other, and set… …

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  • 4Harrow — Har row, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Harrowed} (h[a^]r r[ o]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Harrowing}.] [OE. harowen, harwen; cf. Dan. harve. See {Harrow}, n.] 1. To draw a harrow over, as for the purpose of breaking clods and leveling the surface, or for… …

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  • 5Harrow — steht für einen Stadtbezirk von London, siehe London Borough of Harrow die sich in diesem Stadtbezirk befindliche Harrow School Harrow ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Den Harrow (* 1962), italienischer Sänger Lisa Harrow (* 1943),… …

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  • 6HARROW — Principale ville de la banlieue de Londres, à 16 kilomètres environ du centre ville; située dans le comté de Middlesex puis, après la suppression de ce dernier, en 1965, dans le comté du Grand Londres. Son nom, Harrow on the Hill (Harrow sur la… …

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  • 7Harrow — Har row, interj. [OF. harau, haro; fr. OHG. hara, hera, herot, or fr. OS. herod hither, akin to E. here.] Help! Halloo! An exclamation of distress; a call for succor; the ancient Norman hue and cry. Harrow and well away! Spenser. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 8harrow — harrow1 [har′ō] n. [ME harwe < ? OE * hearwa: akin to ON harfr < IE * (s)kerp : see HARVEST] a frame with spikes or sharp edged disks, drawn by a horse or tractor and used for breaking up and leveling plowed ground, covering seeds, rooting… …

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  • 9Harrow — Har row, v. t. [See {Harry}.] To pillage; to harry; to oppress. [Obs.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] Meaning thereby to harrow his people. Bacon [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10Harrow — a famous British ↑public school (=expensive private school) for boys, in northwest London. Men who have been educated at Harrow are known as Old Harrovians. →↑Eton …

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  • 11harrow — ► NOUN ▪ an implement consisting of a heavy frame set with teeth which is dragged over ploughed land to break up or spread the soil. ► VERB 1) draw a harrow over. 2) (harrowing) very distressing. ORIGIN Old Norse …

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  • 12Harrow — (spr. härro), H. on the Hill, Stadt in der engl. Grafsch. Middlesex, (1901) 10.220 E., berühmte Erziehungsanstalt …

    Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • 13harrow — I verb aggrieve, agitate, alarm, annoy, appall, assail, badger, bedevil, beset, besiege, bother, browbeat, bully, chafe, chagrin, cross, discompose, disconcert, dismay, displease, disquiet, disturb, excruciare, fret, give pain, harass, harm,… …

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  • 14Harrow —   [ hærəʊ], Stadtbezirk (London Borough) im Nordwesten Londons, England, 198 600 Einwohner; vorwiegend Wohngebiet, daneben Druckereien, Foto und elektrotechnische Industrie. 767 erstmals erwähnt, bis 1545 Residenz des Erzbischofs von Canterbury,… …

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  • 15Harrow — [har′ō] 1. borough of Greater London, England: pop. 200,000 2. private preparatory school for boys, in this borough …

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  • 16harrow — harrow1 harrower, n. /har oh/, n. 1. an agricultural implement with spikelike teeth or upright disks, drawn chiefly over plowed land to level it, break up clods, root up weeds, etc. v.t. 2. to draw a harrow over (land). 3. to disturb keenly or… …

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  • 17Harrow — /har oh/, n. 1. a borough of Greater London, in SE England. 201,300. 2. a boarding school for boys, founded in 1571 at Harrow on the Hill, an urban district near London, England. * * * ▪ borough, London, United Kingdom       outer borough of… …

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  • 18harrow — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. disk, cultivator, drag; see plow , shovel , tractor . Types of harrows include: disk harrow, Scotch harrow, cultipacker, double action harrow, cutaway harrow, spading harrow. v. 1. [To use a harrow on land] Syn. drag, dig,… …

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  • 19harrow — 1. noun /ˈhaɹəʊ,ˈhæɹoʊ/ A device consisting of a heavy framework having several disks or teeth in a row, which is dragged across ploughed land to smooth or break up the soil, to remove weeds or cover seeds; a harrow plow. He sent for the… …

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  • 20harrow — {{11}}harrow (n.) agricultural implement, heavy wooden rake, c.1300, haru, from O.E. *hearwa, apparently related to O.N. harfr harrow, and perhaps connected with O.E. hærfest harvest (see HARVEST (Cf. harvest)). Or possibly from hergian (see… …

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