Translation for 'pitchfork' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a pitchfork | pitchforks
VERB   to pitchfork | pitchforked | pitchforked
pitchforking | pitchforks
SYNO to fork | to pitchfork
pitchfork {noun}
вила {ж} за сено
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Translation for 'pitchfork' from English to Bulgarian

pitchfork {noun}
вила {ж} за сеноагр.
Usage Examples English
  • The arms show a yellow pitchfork on a green background.
  • Besides spewing acidic foam, he wields a pitchfork, two swords, and a sickle in battle.
  • The front door is decorated with the image of a trident. Rob Craig suggests that it can also be seen as the pitchfork of a devil.
  • can mean either "entreat" or "pitchfork," Rabbi Eleazar (or others say Rabbi Isaac or Resh Lakish) taught that the prayers of the righteous are like a pitchfork.
  • The story goes that the fairies chased a traveller, who took refuge in Middridge Grange, getting inside the building just before the pitchfork struck the door.

  • The hand gesture "The Pitchfork", which is widely used by those associated with Arizona State, is an extension of the trident that Sparky carries during football games.
  • The rules are the same as the Scottish version and a pitchfork is used.
  • In some parts of England, a pitchfork is known as a "prong". In parts of Ireland, the term "sprong" is used to refer specifically to a four-pronged pitchfork.
  • Another older man sees him, and attacks Joe with a pitchfork.
  • In 2006, Baird gained notoriety by mocking the music review site Pitchfork Media, recording himself taking a pitchfork to a dummy branded with his band's name and uploading the video to YouTube.

  • Chomp - A red bear with a pitchfork tail and a large lower jaw.
  • The claims that Ann was pinned to the ground with a pitchfork or slashed with a bill-hook are pure invention.
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