Definition of tedder in US English:

tedder

noun

  • See ted

    • ‘This ensures better results when using soil-engaging equipment, fertiliser spinners, yard scrapers, mowers, toppers, tedders etc.’
    • ‘Eastern gamagrass for the hay treatment (cut at the same time from the same area) was spread lightly over the stubble with a hay tedder to speed drying.’
    • ‘When using a rotary tedder for windrowing keep the swath gates close to the width of the baler pick-up and drive at a slow forward speed.’
    • ‘Frontier tedders are compatible with any tractor ranging in horsepower from 15 to 30 hp, and have a working width from nine to 23 feet.’
    • ‘In the tedder illustrated here the main wheels contain a gear-wheel driving, through the medium of pinions, cranked shafts carrying forks.’

Pronunciation

tedder

/ˈtedər//ˈtɛdər/