English to Arabic Meaning :: besom

Besom :
مكنسة
مكنسةطوق - مكنسةمكنسةالمكانس
 
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Gmail Share More

Show English Meaning
(+)

Noun(1) a broom made of twigs tied together on a long handle

Show Examples
(+)

(1) The event, led by the National Trust, saw crafts-people from across the country, including besom makers and stone-wallers demonstrating their traditional trades.(2) Other species of wood used include birch, which is made into besom for brooms and horse jumps and oak for rustic furniture.(3) One Dorset broom maker was even making a special version of his household besom broom for the younger visitors - a Nimbus 2000, guaranteed to attract all Harry Potter fans!(4) Having finished at last, she took her besom to the door, and beat it against a stone.(5) They took the besom and threw it in the stove.(6) She realized that she had left her besom behind in the field, having forgotten it as the strange spirit had spirited her away from where the hole had been.(7) Fix up that dusty broomstick from the hall closet and use it for a besom .(8) The farmers are among the last producers of besom brooms in the country, after getting off to a flying start with the demand for traditional broomsticks sparked by the Harry Potter books and films.(9) Heidi broke some straws from her besom and we lit all the candles anew.(10) Brush in fine sand with a besom , and the grass will breathe more easily.(11) He followed this by sitting down and making a besom - a brush made from birch twigs.(12) Children love to sweep up, and this small besom looks just like a grown-up one.(13) In the past, it was used to make besoms and brooms; even baskets were sometimes fashioned from its stems.(14) Provided there is not too much wind, and there are enough fire-breaks - a burn, perhaps, or a wide track to prevent the fire taking off - you can keep the blaze under control by beating it down with the besoms .(15) Players have brooms, known as besoms , to sweep the ice clear of snow or debris so that nothing slows the passage of the stones.
Synonyms
M
1. besom ::
مكنسة
2. bush ::
دفع
3. clump ::
أجمة
4. thicket ::
أجمة
5. chandelier ::
الثريا
6. coppice ::
أيكة صغيرة الأشجار
7. broom ::
مكنسة
8. brush ::
فرشاة
Different Forms
besom, besoms
English to Arabic Dictionary: besom

Meaning and definitions of besom, translation in Arabic language for besom with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of besom in Arabic and in English language.

Tags for the entry 'besom'

What besom means in Arabic, besom meaning in Arabic, besom definition, examples and pronunciation of besom in Arabic language.

English-Arabic.Org | English to Arabic Dictionary

This is not just an ordinary English to Arabic dictionary & Arabic to English dictionary. This dictionary has the largest database for word meaning. It does not only give you English toArabic and Arabic to English word meaning, it provides English to English word meaning along with Antonyms, Synonyms, Examples, Related words and Examples from your favorite TV Shows. This dictionary helps you to search quickly for Arabic to English translation, English to Arabic translation. It has more than 500,000 word meaning and is still growing. This English to Arabic dictionary also provides you an Android application for your offline use. The dictionary has mainly three features : translate English words to Arabic translate Arabic words to English, copy & paste any paragraph in the Reat Text box then tap on any word to get instant word meaning. This website also provides you English Grammar, TOEFL and most common words.
Learn Prepositions by Photos
Commonly confused words
form of verbs
Learn 300+ TOEFL words
Fill in the blanks
Topic Wise Words
Learn 3000+ common words
Words Everyday
Most Searched Words
GRE words
Android App
iPhone App
Chrome Extension

Blog List

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.
Your Search History
All Dictionary Links