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plough British & World English

A large farming implement with one or more blades fixed in a frame, drawn over soil to turn it over and cut furrows in preparation for the planting of seeds

the Plough in plough British & World English

A prominent formation of seven stars in the constellation Ursa Major (the Great Bear), containing the Pointers that indicate the direction to the Pole Star

plough pan British & World English

A compacted layer in cultivated soil resulting from repeated ploughing

mole plough British & World English

A plough in which a pointed iron shoe attached to an upright support is drawn along beneath the surface, making a hollow drainage channel resembling a mole’s burrow

Plough Monday British & World English

The first Monday after Epiphany, formerly marked by popular festivals or observances in some regions

plough a lonely furrow British & World English

Follow a course of action in which one is isolated or in which one can act independently

plough something in/back British & World English

Plough grass or other material into the soil to enrich it

plough something in/back in plough British & World English

Plough grass or other material into the soil to enrich it

plough on in plough British & World English

Continue steadily despite difficulties or warnings to stop

plough pose in plough British & World English

A yoga pose assumed by lying on one’s back and swinging one’s legs over one’s head until the outstretched feet approach or touch the floor

plough a lonely furrow in plough British & World English

Follow a course of action in which one is isolated or in which one can act independently

plough something up in plough British & World English

Unearth something while using a plough

snowplough British & World English

An implement or vehicle for clearing roads of thick snow by pushing it aside

plough a lonely or one's own furrow in plough British & World English

Follow a course of action in which one is isolated or in which one can act independently

plough English Thesaurus

the fields had been ploughed

plough English-Spanish

→ plow

plough in plow English-Spanish

arado masculine

plough up English-Spanish

surcar*, arar

plough back English-Spanish

reinvertir*

plough into English-Spanish

estrellarse contra

plough through English-Spanish

abrirse* camino a través de

plough on in plough English Thesaurus

she ploughed on nonetheless and cleared her plate

plough into in plough English Thesaurus

it begins to look as though the plane will plough into the water

plough something into in plough English Thesaurus

profits from sales of the work are ploughed into further commissions


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