noun, transitive or intransitive verb
- (British English) → plowExample sentences
- With each spell of rain, farmers plough the fields to prevent weeds from growing.
- If he decides to plough an area that has not been treated in the past ten years, he must consult with Duchas.
- Another major emitter of pollution is farming, which releases carbon dioxide when the earth is ploughed and during other activities.
- She died in hospital from the injuries she suffered when three vehicles ploughed into the car on a busy dual carriageway near Malton.
- Each time a car ploughs through the hedge, Mr Painter is left with the bill to fix it, which can cost up to £1,000.
- However, while trying to improve his position, Chevrolet driver Alain Menu hit him on the second lap, causing Jaeger to run out of road and plough through the gravel.
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