Definition of ratoon
1. A shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.
2. A rattan cane.
3. To sprout ratoons.
4. To cut a plant, especially sugar cane, so that it will produce ratoons.
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English - English - ratoonn. shoot that sprouts from the base of a crop plant (such as pineapple, sugarcane or bananas) after the preceding growth has been cut back; crop produced on such ratoon
English - Spanish - ratoonretoño, caña de soca, soca
English - German - ratoonn. eigentliche Ernte, aus den basalen Knospen einer Pflanze neu geschossene Triebe mehrere Ernten ermöglichend (wie z.B. Ananas, Zuckerrohr oder Banane)
English - Italian - ratoonGERMOGLIO NUOVO. GERMOGLIARE DI NUOVO
English - Russian - ratoonдетка; отводок; отросток от корня
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Verb forms for ratoonPresent participle: ratooning
Present: ratoon (3.person: ratoons)
Future: will ratoon
Present conditional: would ratoon
Present Perfect: have ratooned (3.person: has ratooned)
Past Perfect: had ratooned
Future Perfect: will have ratooned
Past conditional: would have ratooned