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Explanation: I think this is a variaton of the word 'plough' www.babylon.com
Sandy T United States Local time: 11:39 Native speaker of: Spanish, English
4 hrs confidence:
aradas / arado (acción de arar)
Explanation: arada = acción de arar.
DRAE tierra labrada con el arado.
cultivo y labor del campo.
temporada en que se aran los campos.
Plantación definitiva: Brindar las **aradas** y pasadas de rastra necesarias para dejar la tierra suficientemente desmenuzada y mullida. Siembra en almácigos.
The plough (American spelling: plow) is a tool used in farming for turning the earth in which one is to plant new seeds. The plough is a development of the pick, and was initially pulled by oxen or humans, and later horses. Modern ploughs are, in industrialized countries, powered by tractors.