Definitions and translations for "sickle"

Definition of sickle

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Noun
1. An implement, having a semicircular blade and short handle, used for cutting long grass and cereal crops
Verb
2. To cut with a sickle
3. To deform (as with a red blood cell) into an abnormal crescent shape.
4. To assume an abnormal crescent shape. Used of red blood cells.
Adjective
5. Shaped like the blade of a sickle; crescent-shaped.
A sickle moon
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English - English - sickle

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n. agricultural tool consisting of a curved blade attached to a short handle (used to cut grass, wheat, etc.)

English - Spanish - sickle

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s. hoz, segadera, segur

English - French - sickle

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n. faucille

English - German - sickle

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n. Sichel

English - Indonesian - sickle

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n. sabit, arit
a. arit: berbentuk arit

English - Italian - sickle

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s. (Agr) falce, falcetto

English - Polish - sickle

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n. sierp

English - Portuguese - sickle

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s. foice, alfanje

English - Romanian - sickle

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n. seceră

English - Russian - sickle

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с. серп

English - Turkish - sickle

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i. orak, hilal

English - Ukrainian - sickle

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n. серп

English - Dutch - sickle

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zn. sikkel

English - Greek - sickle

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ουσ. δρέπανο, δρεπάνι

English - Arabic - sickle

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‏منجل، المنجل ستة نجوم في برج الأسد‏

English - Chinese - sickle

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(名) 镰刀; 切割装置

English - Chinese - sickle

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(名) 鐮刀; 切割裝置

English - Hindi - sickle

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n. हँसिया, दरांती, हँसुआ

English - Japanese - sickle

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(名) かま

English - Korean - sickle

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명. 낫, 휘어진 날고 짧은 손잡이가 달린 농기구

English - Vietnamese - sickle

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n. lưỡi hái
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Verb forms for sickle
Present participle: sickling
Present: sickle (3.person: sickles)
Past: sickled
Future: will sickle
Present conditional: would sickle
Present Perfect: have sickled (3.person: has sickled)
Past Perfect: had sickled
Future Perfect: will have sickled
Past conditional: would have sickled