ratoon

Ratoon - What does it mean?

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Ration vs Ratoon - What's the difference?

ration | ratoon |


As nouns the difference between ration and ratoon

is that ration is while ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.

As a verb ratoon is

(of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

Ratoon vs Racoon - What's the difference?

ratoon | racoon |


As nouns the difference between ratoon and racoon

is that ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane while racoon is .

As a verb ratoon

is (of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

Batoon vs Ratoon - What's the difference?

batoon | ratoon |


As nouns the difference between batoon and ratoon

is that batoon is (archaic) a baton while ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.

As a verb ratoon is

(of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

Ratoon vs Jsonjs - What's the difference?

ratoon | jsonjs |

Cut vs Ratoon - What's the difference?

cut | ratoon |


As nouns the difference between cut and ratoon

is that cut is an opening resulting from cutting while ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.

As verbs the difference between cut and ratoon

is that cut is to incise, to cut into the surface of something while ratoon is (of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

As an adjective cut

is (participial adjective) having been cut .

Cane vs Ratoon - What's the difference?

cane | ratoon |


As nouns the difference between cane and ratoon

is that cane is to do with a plant with simple stems, like bamboo or sugar cane while ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.

As verbs the difference between cane and ratoon

is that cane is to strike or beat with a cane or similar implement while ratoon is (of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

Rattan vs Ratoon - What's the difference?

rattan | ratoon |


As nouns the difference between rattan and ratoon

is that rattan is any of several species of climbing palm of the genus while ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.

As a verb ratoon is

(of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

Crop vs Ratoon - What's the difference?

crop | ratoon |


As nouns the difference between crop and ratoon

is that crop is a plant, especially a cereal, grown to be harvested as food, livestock fodder or fuel or for any other economic purpose while ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.

As verbs the difference between crop and ratoon

is that crop is to remove the top end of something, especially a plant while ratoon is (of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

Root vs Ratoon - What's the difference?

root | ratoon |


As nouns the difference between root and ratoon

is that root is the part of a plant, generally underground, that absorbs water and nutrients or root can be (australia|new zealand|vulgar|slang) an act of sexual intercourse while ratoon is a shoot sprouting from the root of a cropped plant, especially sugar cane.

As verbs the difference between root and ratoon

is that root is (computing|slang|transitive) to break into a computer system and obtain root access or root can be to turn up or dig with the snout or root can be (intransitive|with for|us) to cheer to show support for while ratoon is (of a plant) to sprout ratoons.

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