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What is another word for ploughs?

See also: plough (UK)

Verb
To turn up the earth of an area of land, especially before sowing
“We do not plow the land that we do plow half as much as we should.”
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To apply great and continuous effort
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“I managed to find a nice, quiet space where I could zone out and plow through my assignments.”
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To move or progress with great difficulty or laboriously
“Many times we had to plow our way through the low flat places which were covered with mud.”
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To push or force one's way through
“He attempted every move he could think of to plow his way through the crowd to get closer to D'Angelo.”
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To puncture or pierce with a sharp, pointed object
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To delve into or hollow out a surface or ground
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To move or proceed very quickly
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To gather or bring in, especially crops
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To take possession of, usually under suspicious circumstances
Noun
Plural for a device pulled through the ground in order to break it open into furrows for planting
“I saw a farmer with a horse-drawn plow working in the field beyond the tree line.”
Noun
Plural for the notional area of land able to be farmed in a year by a team of 8 oxen pulling a carruca plow, usually reckoned at 120 acres
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