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TOW British & World English

Tube-launched, optically tracked, wire-guided (missile)

tow1 British & World English

(Of a motor vehicle or boat) pull (another vehicle or boat) along with a rope, chain, or tow bar

tow2 British & World English

The coarse and broken part of flax or hemp prepared for spinning

on tow in tow1 British & World English

Being towed by another vehicle or boat

in tow in tow1 British & World English

Accompanying or following someone

in tow British & World English

Being towed by another vehicle or boat

ski tow British & World English

A type of ski lift, with a moving rope or bars suspended from a moving overhead cable

tow bar British & World English

A bar fitted to the back of a vehicle, used in towing a trailer or caravan

tow net British & World English

A dragnet that is towed behind a boat to collect specimens

tow rope British & World English

A rope, cable, or other line used in towing

tow truck British & World English

A truck used to tow or pick up damaged or disabled vehicles

tow-headed British & World English

Having tow-coloured or untidy hair

tow-coloured British & World English

(Of hair) very light blonde

on tow in in tow British & World English

Being towed by another vehicle or boat

kowtow British & World English

Act in an excessively subservient manner

towline British & World English

another term for tow rope.

towpath British & World English

A path beside a river or canal, originally used as a pathway for horses towing barges

tow English Thesaurus

a garage man called to tow the car away

tow English-Spanish

remolque m

on tow in tow English-Spanish

vehículo remolcado

to give sth/sb a tow in tow English-Spanish

remolcar* algo/a algn

to take a car/boat in tow in tow English-Spanish

llevar un coche/bote a remolque, remolcar* un coche/bote

she arrived with her relatives in tow in tow English-Spanish

llegó con sus parientes a la zaga