any of various patterns, usually wholly or partly consisting of ring shapes, formed by the unexplained flattening of cereals growing in a field
any area of grain or crop that has been flattened or cut into a circular geometric pattern, sometimes thought to be made by flying saucers; also called corn circle
[krop-duhst] /ˈkrɒpˌdʌst/ verb (used with object) 1. to subject (a field) to crop-dusting.
noun 1. a pilot employed in crop-dusting from an airplane. 2. an airplane used in crop-dusting.
[krop-duhs-ting] /ˈkrɒpˌdʌs tɪŋ/ noun 1. the spraying of powdered fungicides or insecticides on crops, usually from an airplane. [krop-duhst] /ˈkrɒpˌdʌst/ verb (used with object) 1. to subject (a field) to crop-dusting. noun 1. the spreading of fungicide, etc on crops in the form of dust, often from an aircraft
[krop-eerd] /ˈkrɒpˌɪərd/ adjective 1. having the ears cropped. 2. having the hair cropped short, so that the ears are conspicuous. adjective 1. having the ears or hair cut short