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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Tall tropical southeast Asian grass having stout fibrous jointed stalks;

Usage examples (28)
  • The volume of bagasse from high-biomass sugarcane is more than enough to generate energy for the Asahi plant.
  • At the same time Dutch officials reached production agreements with the main sugarcane planters (all Chinese).
  • Seasonally, the sugarcane is harvested and sent to huge sugar factories to make refined sugar or to smaller cottage industries called "gurhal" to make jaggery or brown...
  • Monsoon rains are crucial for sugarcane, which is mainly planted in the summer. for more
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