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noun
a device, pulled behind a tractor, having one or more blades spinning parallel to the ground and attached radially to a central axis, used for cutting vegetation and clearing land.
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bush-hog
[ boosh-hawg, -hog ]
/ ˈbʊʃˌhɔg, -ˌhɒg /

verb (used with object), bush-hogged, bush-hog·ging.
to clear (land) by using a bush hog.
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