Definition of push broom in English:

push broom

Syllabification: push broom

noun

A broom consisting of a handle attached at an angle to a wide brush that is worked by pushing.
More example sentences
  • I went to Home Depot today to buy a push broom and ended up leaving with the broom, some hedge trimmers and a mat to put under our grill once we move it from the garage to the new deck.
  • The traditional push broom was made with two threaded holes for the handle.
  • For cleaning out hopper bottom wagons, we added a piece of wide rubber belting to the top of the push broom.

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