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gangplow

Syllabification: gang·plow
Pronunciation: /ˈɡaNGˌplou
 
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Definition of gangplow in English:

noun

A type of plow with several blades for turning two or more furrows at one time.
Example sentences
  • For example, the gangplow had disks on it to cut the sod in addition to a plough to overturn the earth.
  • I figure I can raise twice as much cotton on that kind of land with a gangplow, because it's the best I ever saw.
  • On his ranch in Los Alamos, he used gangplows, headers and threshing machines.

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