uzart

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From uz- +‎ art ‎(to plow).

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Verb[edit]

uzart tr. or intr., 1st conj., pres. uzaru, uzar, uzar, past uzaru

  1. (perfective) to till by plowing
    uzart papuvi — to till the fallow
    uzart zemi — to till the land
    uzart tīrumu — to till, to plow the field
    aiz arāja soļiem arvien līdzenāks noklājās uzartais lauks — behind the plowman's steps the smoother tilled field extended itself
    dienām un naktīm rūca traktori, steigdami uzart novāktos laukus vai vēl neskartās stepes plašumus — day and night the tractors roared, rushing to plow the harvested fields or the still untouched steppe

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