Czech English Dictionary

český jazyk - English

půda in English:

1. soil soil


When rain's fallen and the soil is moist, it becomes easier to pull out weeds.
Worms are sometimes beneficial to soil.
rich soil
Australians all let us rejoice for we are young and free. We’ve golden soil and wealth for toil. Our home is girt by sea.
Creationists were in my prayers today when I saw a program about a German vineyard near Lake Constance. They said the soil was very rich, created by a volcano 15 million years ago.
Agriculture is defined as the cultivation of soil for growing crops.
feeding on flesh from this soil that was hallowed
Hurricane force winds ripped trees out of the wet soil.
If we send all of them to landfill sites; over 130;000 kilos of lead will be released into the soil.
The soil in this area is very chalky.; Corn is grown a lot in this area - the soil seems to suit it very well.; These new plants haven't taken - they don't like this dry soil.
Sophie and Neil discover that soil has some surprising qualities and discuss how growing fruit and veg can be therapeutic too.
Cutting forests releases greenhouse gases from the wood and the soil, and fertilisers create greenhouse gases too
Gardeners in search of better soil are right up there on the admiration list too.
soiled linen
Stop maize monoculture, and reestablish multiple cropping, to combat the loss of landscape and soil diversity.

English word "půda"(soil) occurs in sets:

1000 most important Czech nouns 901 - 950