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tedder

[ ted-er ]
/ ˈtɛd ər /
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noun
a person who teds.
an implement that turns and loosens hay after mowing in order to hasten drying.
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Origin of tedder

First recorded in 1400–50, tedder is from the late Middle English word teddere.See ted, -er1

Other definitions for tedder (2 of 2)

Tedder
[ ted-er ]
/ ˈtɛd ər /

noun
Arthur William, 1st Baron, 1890–1967, British Royal Air Force marshal and educator, born in Scotland.
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British Dictionary definitions for tedder (1 of 2)

tedder
/ (ˈtɛdə) /

noun
a machine equipped with a series of small rotating forks for tedding hay
a person who teds

British Dictionary definitions for tedder (2 of 2)

Tedder
/ (ˈtɛdə) /

noun
Arthur William, 1st Baron Tedder of Glenguin. 1890–1967, British marshal of the Royal Air Force; deputy commander under Eisenhower of the Allied Expeditionary Force (1944–45)
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