Swath

Width of a target area sprayed at one pass or a strip of cut herbage lying on the stubble.

Swath

• (v. t.) A line of grass or grain cut and thrown together by the scythe in mowing or cradling. • (v. t.) A band or fillet; a swathe. • (v. t.) The whole sweep of a scythe, or the whole breadth from which grass or grain is cut by a scythe or a machine, in mowing or cradling; as, to cut a wide swath.
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swath

belt noun a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)
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Swath

Swath (swath; 277) noun [ Anglo-Saxon swa├░u a track, trace; akin to Dutch zwaad , zwad , zwade , a swath of grass, German schwad , schwaden ; perhaps, originally, a shred. Confer Swathe , transitive verb ] 1. A line ...
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Swath

A row of grass or straw which is laid ready for baling or similar operation.
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swath

[n] - the space created by the swing of a scythe or the cut of a mowing machine 2. [n] - a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)
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