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Old English hīġ

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Singular
Hay

Plural
countable and uncountable; plural hays

Hay (countable and uncountable; plural hays)
  1. (uncountable) Grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder.
  2. (countable) Any mix of green leafy plants used for fodder.

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Infinitive
to Hay

Third person singular
Hays

Simple past
Hayed

Past participle
Hayed

Present participle
Haying

to Hay (third-person singular simple present Hays, present participle Haying, simple past and past participle Hayed)
  1. To cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

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  • IPA: /ai/
  • Homophones: ay

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Hay (infinitive haber)

  1. (Impersonal form) Present indicative form of haber, there is, there are
    Hay dos tiendas que venden películas.
    There are two stores that sell films.

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hay

  1. exciting, interesting
    Phim này hay - This film is interesting

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hay [+ verb]

  1. to have a habit of (doing something)
    Con hay nói nhiều lắm - You, child, have a habit of talking too much or You, child, are talkative

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hay (là)

  1. or
    Chọn cái này, hay chọn cái kia - Choose this one, or choose that one

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ang:hay zh-min-nan:hay de:hay et:hay el:hay fa:hay fr:hay ko:hay hr:hay io:hay id:hay it:hay kn:hay ku:hay hu:hay ml:hay nl:hay no:hay pl:hay ru:hay simple:hay sk:hay fi:hay tl:hay ta:hay te:hay tr:hay uk:hay vi:hay zh:hay

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